The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) is a long-time proponent of evaluation as a means to inquire systematically into the effects and impacts of its grantmaking programs. Evaluation reports to RWJF should generally include the elements listed in this checklist to be considered satisfactory. The checklist was adapted from several references listed at the bottom of the document.
RWJF recognizes that not all of these elements pertain to all types of evaluation—for example, response rate may not be an issue for certain qualitative studies and attrition may not matter for cross-sectional studies. The report, however, ought to address most elements under most circumstances.
- 1. A Practical Guide for Engaging Stakeholders in Developing Evaluation Questions
- 2. Guidance on Evaluation Reports to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- 3. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Program and Evaluation Development
- 4. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Program and Evaluation Development