Using a seven-step process, the guide provides a practical approach that can be easily adapted and used for a wide range of BC Renal initiatives or projects.
This standardized approach enables BC Renal to consistently and effectively track progress and report successes and challenges to the network.
These key groups of individuals are involved in project planning and evaluation at BC Renal and should be using the guide for all provincially-led projects.
- Leadership team
- Project managers and leads
- Administrative coordinators
- Provincial committee chairs and members
- Research teams and evaluators
- Patient and family partners should be considered as per below
- Health Authority Renal Program (HARP) administrators
- Increases the likelihood of goals and objectives being met
- Encourages effective use of money, human resources and talent
- Helps identify what worked well and what could be improved
- Supports decision-making that ultimately can improve healthcare service delivery to our patients!
BC Renal's 7-Step Process for Project Planning and Evaluation (see Figure 1) aligns with quality improvement processes and is embedded in the project life cycle.
- Steps 1 through 3 focus on overall project planning with consideration of evaluation.
- Step 4 delves into evaluation planning once the project has been defined with key stakeholder input.
- Steps 5 through 7 focus on implementation as well as use and communication of evaluation results.
The development of the guide was supported by a project advisory group and informed by:
- a review of Canadian and international frameworks and models
- stakeholder consultations
- a review of existing processes and documents within BC Renal.
BC Renal Guide to Project Planning and Evaluation
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