How Incentives Make a Difference for Evaluation

The next time your organization is gathering feedback from clients about the programs and services you deliver, consider offering incentives for their participation. Incentives can make a huge difference for survey response rates, overall evaluation buy-in, and the development of reciprocal relationships. Alison Baxter describes how incentives have made a difference in her research with youth stakeholders. Learn about the benefits of this research and evaluation strategy here.

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Elayne Vlahaki, MPH
Program Manager
BC HIV/HCV Evaluation Advisory Group