Evaluation Center for HIV Prevention Programs in Chicago 2.0
The Evaluation Center for HIV Prevention Programs in Chicago 2.0 consists of three projects that provide evaluation and technical assistance services to over 40 community-based organizations and health centers funded as part of the Chicago Department of Public Health's HIV services portfolio. Evaluation Center 2.0 is a collaborative effort between the EDIT Program, the Center for Prevention Implementation Methodology at Northwestern University, and the AIDS Foundation of Chicago.
Evaluation Center 2.0 is led by PI Gregory Phillips II, PhD.
This project represents the first time that the Chicago Department of Public Health has funded a site to evaluate an array of HIV service and prevention projects in the city. The project was initially launched in January 2015.
Application of a Multisite Empowerment Evaluation Approach to Increase Evaluation Capacity Among HIV Services Providers: Results From Project Pride in Chicago. Lauren B Beach, Emma Reidy, Rachel Marro, Amy K Johnson, Peter Lindeman, Gregory Phillips II, Patrick Stonehouse, George J Greene. AIDS Education and Prevention. 2020.
Empowerment Evaluation: A Case Study of Citywide Implementation within an HIV Prevention Context. Gregory Phillips II, Peter Lindeman, Christian N Adames, Emily Bettin, Christopher Bayston, Patrick Stonehouse, David Kern, Amy K Johnson, C Hendricks Brown, George J Greene. The American Journal of Evaluation. 2019.