Project Title

Evaluation Technical Assistance for NYHealth Grantees: Phase 13

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Date Awarded

October 1, 2021








Smaller, nonacademic organizations often lack the experience, time, and resources needed to conduct and implement evaluations that are critical to effective program execution and sustainability.

To address this need among its own grantees, NYHealth began funding in 2008 a technical assistance initiative that offers additional support in strengthening the evaluation aspects of grantee projects. With funding from NYHealth, the New York University (NYU) School of Medicine has provided direct assistance to selected grantees, held training workshops for grantees, and created an online evaluation toolkit to be used by potential NYHealth applicants and current grantees. Through continued support from NYHealth, the evaluation technical assistance program has built on the successes of previous years. In 2021, NYHealth awarded NYU a grant to continue this initiative for NYHealth grantees.

Under this grant, NYU provided evaluation technical assistance workshops for grantees on a range of topics, including developing a logic model; designing and implementing a process evaluation; developing an outcome evaluation strategy; and coding and analyzing qualitative data. As a result of ongoing office closures because of the COVID-19 pandemic, NYU continued to offer workshop content through monthly, interactive webinar learning sessions. All participants received evaluation workshop presentations and other resources in an electronic format. It reached out to all new NYHealth grantees to schedule a consultation. The evaluation team also provided ongoing enhanced technical assistance to interested grantees, offering customized support, depending on grantee needs.

Related Grants:
Phase 1: $253,635
Phase 2: $220,301
Phase 3: $166,979
Phase 4: $151,670
Phase 5: $148,297
Phase 6: $149,553
Phase 7: $151,579
Phase 8: $154,690
Phase 9: $161,255
Phase 10: $163,005
Phase 11: $167,233
Phase 12: $167,441

See a Q&A with Dr. Carolyn Berry, who has led the technical assistance initiative since its inception.