Case study evaluation can be a useful technique when there is a particularly unique or interesting story to be told about a program or service being assessed. Case studies are often used to bring other data alive, as they provide context and a more complete picture of what the program or service achieved and why. Pathfinder International provides a brief, yet informative resource describing case study evaluation, including the steps in conducting this type of work and advantages and disadvantages in adopting this approach. You can access this resource here.
Questions? Comments? Email [email protected]Elayne Vlahaki, MPH Program Manager BC HIV/HCV Evaluation Advisory Group