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Assessing and Evaluating Multidisciplinary Translation Teams

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A case report illustrates how multidisciplinary translational teams can be assessed using outcome, process, and developmental types of evaluation using a mixed-methods approach. Types of evaluation appropriate for teams are considered in relation to relevant research questions and assessment methods. Logic models are applied to scientific projects and team development to inform choices between methods within a mixed-methods design. Use of an expert panel is reviewed, culminating in consensus ratings of 11 multidisciplinary teams and a final evaluation within a team-type taxonomy. Based on team maturation and scientific progress, teams were designated as (a) early in development, (b) traditional, (c) process focused, or (d) exemplary. Lessons learned from data reduction, use of mixed methods, and use of expert panels are explored.

Kevin C. Wooten, University of Houston Clear Lake
wooten@uhcl.edu

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Online at: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0163278713504433#articleCitationDownloadContainer

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Other - Process Evaluation

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  • Establish or maintain effective team science endeavors
  • Conduct research on/evaluate team science

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team science, logic models, process evaluation, translational teams, mixed methods


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Team Evaluations - outcome-based evaluations, process evaluation, developmental evaluation.

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Resource created by Jane Hwang on 9/28/2017 3:16:38 PM.

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