Evaluation 2018: Speaking Truth to Power

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Implementing, Organizing, and Disseminating Data from a Decision-Oriented Evaluation

Session Number: 1631
Track: Internal Evaluation
Session Type: Poster
Tags: Academic Health Science Center, Data Dissemination, Data Management
First Author or Discussion Group Leader: Heather Chancellor McIntosh [Research Statistician - University of Oklahoma-Tulsa School of Community Medicine]
Second Author or Discussion Group Leader: Krista Kezbers, PhD [Research Development Specialist - University of Oklahoma]
Time: Oct 31, 2018 (06:30 PM - 08:00 PM)
Room: Poster 149

Other Authors: Patrick Hutton, PhD
Bryan Touchet, MD, FAPA
Marianna Wetherill, PhD, MPH, RDN-AP/LD
Chris Brasel, PhD
Audience Level: Intermediate

Session Abstract (150 words): 

We will discuss a formative, decision-oriented evaluation conducted at an academic medical institution to assess the levels of burnout and grit among the faculty, medical trainee, and staff population. This session will have three main objectives. First, we will provide a brief project summary, including how the internal evaluation team was formed and how we implemented the evaluation process. Next, we will describe the process for organizing and analyzing the magnitude of data in meaningful ways for various levels of stakeholders from executive leadership to academic and clinical staff. Finally, we will discuss how the data were disseminated to stakeholders for the purposes of planning future wellness interventions. We will also discuss some of the barriers the evaluation team encountered, lessons learned from the process, and this cross-sectional study led to the development of a longitudinal quality improvement project.

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