The Community Engagement in Training (ComET) project in partnership with UKZN’s DRILL invite you to a talk by Torres Wooley on
Social Return on Investment – How do we measure it?
In many projects and interventions we assume that the activities are ‘good for the community’ – and in many instances it is poorly articulated what this benefit actually is. Many projects also have unintended consequences that we may become aware of incidentally. While this applies to research projects and other interventions, it is even more pronounced in the context of health professional education where the placements of students in hospitals, clinics or communities is seldom considered from the perspective of what the benefit (or cost) of the intervention is to the community affected.
Torres Wooley will share an approach of doing mixed-method evaluations of projects that focus on understanding the social return on the investment of projects.
Date : Tuesday, 23rd July 2019
Time : 09h30-11h30
Venue : UNITE Building, Howard College Campus
All are welcome 
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