This book chapter focuses on experiences of using developmental evaluation within an exploratory research project. The project centres on a collaboration between the Inala Indigenous Health Service in southern Queensland and the Kanyini Vascular Collaboration, a research collaboration aimed at improving the quality of life of, and the quality of care for, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living with chronic conditions. The authors describe how developmental evaluation is applied, what it has contributed, the challenges faced, and the lessons learned.
|Title of host publication||Developmental Evaluation Exemplars Principles in Practice|
|Editors||Michael Patton, Kate McKegg, Nan Wehipeihana|
|Place of Publication||United States of America|
|Number of pages||18|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
Togni, S., Askew, D., Rogers, L., Porter, N., Egert, S., Hayman, N., ... Brown, A. (2015). Creating safety to explore: Strengthening Innovation in an Australian Indigenous Primary Health Care Setting through Developmental Evaluation. In M. Patton, K. McKegg, & N. Wehipeihana (Eds.), Developmental Evaluation Exemplars Principles in Practice (pp. 234-251). United States of America: Guilford Press.