We have the expertise to serve as a resource on projects that require specific skills either for routine or resource intensive projects.
|Project administration||Oversee deliverables for specific, intensive short-term projects.
Example: Projects such as Healthy Communities
|Evaluation||Develop and implement qualitative and quantitative program evaluations for both process and outcomes.
Example: Development of an evaluation plan for a large grant proposal showing both process and outcome measures.
|Meeting facilitation||Provide trained facilitators as neutral conveners to ensure an efficient, professional meeting representing input from all stakeholders.
Example: Developing agendas, facilitating meetings, identifying action steps and evaluating meeting outcomes.
|Health informatics||Develop integrated data reports that reflect the continuum of a public health issue.
Example: Data dashboard showing all public health indicators related to childhood obesity including breastfeeding, childhood BMI, nutritional and physical activity information and GIS information.
|Report preparation/editing||Write, produce and graphically present information in a compelling and easy to understand format.
Example: Annual Reports, Budget Reports, Grant Progress Reports, etc
|Policy briefs and analysis||Detailed policy analysis and decision support based on current research and political environment.
Example: White paper on an emerging health issue/policy
|Grant writing||Write grant proposals to government, private and local funders.
Example: Grant writing for Tier 1 NC counties to Kate B. Reynolds Foundation