Zoom Webinar — mPower with Dr Helen Alexander on Monitoring & Evaluation, 12 December

Zoom Webinar — mPower with Dr Helen Alexander on Monitoring & Evaluation, 12 December
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The mPower Project​ is a five-year project supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB). The project is creating a cross-border service for older people (age 65+) living with long-term conditions across the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland.

mPower works with communities to enable people to take the steps needed to live well, safely and independently in their own homes by self-managing their own health and care in the community. Community Navigators are employed to work with people referred from health and care services to develop wellbeing plans connecting them to activities in their community as well as connecting them to technology to enhance support for health and wellbeing.

The mPower Project is hosting a number of webinars, for which they have invited experts in various areas to share their experience.  

The webinars will be relevant to staff who are interested in and working to deliver health and care services.

The next webinar will be: 12 December 2019 10:30-11:30 GMT – mPower with Dr Helen Alexander on Monitoring & Evaluation

Where: online zoom Meeting ID: 742 973 703

Helen Alexander is the Evaluation Manager for NHS Lanarkshire, having previously worked at Glasgow Caledonian & Glasgow Universities and Ayrshire & Arran NHS Board. She trained initially as a scientist (Biochemistry), but went on to study Biomedical Engineering and Psychology. Her PhD was an evaluation of Physiotherapy student clinical placements, completed in 1994 at Glasgow Caledonian University. She has helped to run the Evaluation Network Scotland since 2003.

Her main interest at present is the evaluation of health and social care programmes using Contribution Analysis (CA), exploring the different contributions of a range of projects/interventions to outcome achievement. It is being applied in Lanarkshire with Health & Social Care Partnerships, Primary Care Improvement, Mental Health and Technology Enabled Care. It was used to evaluate the national Home and Mobile Health Monitoring programme across Scotland, and is continuing with ‘Scale-Up BP’.

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