Please join us for an upcoming learning session: Uplifting Contextual and Experiential Evidence: Integrating and Weaving Evidences in Practice on Wednesday, May 29 at 10-11:30am PST / 1-2:30pm EST.

Engage with practitioners uplifting contextual and experiential evidence in their work to inform decision making for funding, strategies, policies, programs, and long-term planning.

Join Dr. Kathryn Bocanegra and Fareeha Waheed, who will share successes, challenges, and strategies for weaving all three forms of evidence presented in CDC’s Framework for Thinking about Evidence.

Prevention Institute will also share ongoing work on the Uplifting Contextual and Experiential Evidence (UCEE) project. Participants will have an opportunity to provide feedback on the principles and strategies included in the forthcoming Uplifting Contextual and Experiential Evidence: Best Practices and Recommendations report.

Partners from different sectors, e.g., government, community-based organizations, philanthropic, and others, may find added value in attending this session together.

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