Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation Summative Evaluation (2017-2020)
Since 1999, the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation (ONF) has worked to increase Ontario’s capacity to develop evidence-informed solutions to prevent neurotrauma injuries, including the risk factors and risk conditions contributing to falls among children and adults, and to improve the quality of life of Ontarians living with a spinal cord or acquired brain injury. ONF achieves this broad mission through a range of activities and initiatives, including (but not limited to):
- knowledge products (e.g., guidelines, process of care standards, toolkits, frameworks, literature reviews and evidence summaries) to support the translation of research into evidence-based practices;
- knowledge mobilization activities (e.g., presentations, webinars, workshops, consultations, communities of practice) to build capacity for the implementation of evidence-based practices; and
- partnerships and collaborations with key stakeholders (e.g., stakeholder engagement strategies, intersectoral partnerships/consortia and collaboratives, facilitated capacity building on implementation processes, training, coaching and technical support for implementation, implementation support grants) to foster the integration of evidence-based practices and guidelines into health care systems to improve outcomes.
ONF is currently conducting a summative evaluation to identify key outcomes and impacts arising from its initiatives and to assess partner/ stakeholder perceptions about the quality and usefulness of its knowledge products, knowledge mobilization activities and partnerships/collaborations with key stakeholders. As part of this evaluation, an external consultant has been engaged to develop an on-line survey. You are receiving this survey as you have been identified as someone who has used ONF knowledge products and/or participated in ONF knowledge mobilization activities or the partnerships and collaborations supported by ONF over the past three years.
The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. To thank you for your participation, you can select to be entered into a prize draw for one of three $50 gift cards of your choice after completion of the survey.
Individual responses will be kept anonymous and confidential. Anonymous means you do not reveal your identity. Confidential means all the information you share with us is safe. Any public-facing report using the results of the survey will not include any identifying information. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Brian Hyndman at firstname.lastname@example.org
The survey will remain open until 5 pm on March 9, 2020. Thank you very much for taking the time to complete this survey. Your feedback is critical for helping us to ensure ONF initiatives are as effective as they can be.