Evaluating and measuring the impact of information event - Thurs 5 Mar 2015 (Manchester)

What is the best approach to measure the impact of heath information? What methods have been used to successfully evaluate the difference health information has made to its users?

This one day event explored the challenges that health information producers experience when seeking to evaluate the impact of their resources and services.

A summary report of the open space conversations that took place can be read here: Summary report

About the event:

A mix of critical presentations and practical case studies will share successful approaches and key steps, whilst open space discussions will ensure you can tailor the content of the workshop to the areas that are most relevant to your work.

The provisional agenda will cover:

Session 1: An open space discussion to identify the key challenges health information producers face when seeking to measure the impact of their work

Session 2: Indepth presentations on key steps in planning evaluation, resources that exist to support evaluation, and case studies from health information producers that have successfully measured their impact

Session 3: A practical exercise bringing together the learning from Session 2 to help address challenges identified in Session 1.

This event will be held in London and Manchester:

  • Manchester: Thursday 5th March 2015, The Studio, Manchester Piccadilly
  • London: Monday 16th March 2015, The Holiday Inn, London Bloomsbury

Places are limited so register today!

The event is free to Information Standard members, £50+VAT for PiF members, and £100+VAT for all others. Please note: Information Standard members must enter a Promo Code when booking to access the free delegate rate. PiF members must log into the PiF website to access the PiF member rate. Please email us if you have any difficulties.


We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.