Self-Evaluation Tool for Action in Partnership
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The Canada Research Chair in Community Approaches and Health Inequalities (CACIS) (French) conducts research inform and support practices to improve health equity.  CACIS developed this Self-Evaluation Tool for Action in Partnership to allow partners working collaboratively on a specific project to evaluate their partnership with respect to six conditions necessary for effective partnership work :
- Inclusion of a range of perspectives relevant to the issue;
- Stakeholder involvement in strategic decisions early on;
- Stakeholder engagement in negotiating and influencing decisions;
- Stakeholder commitment to the project;
- Equal distribution of power among stakeholders in the partnership; and,
- Arrangements that help build collective action.
CASIS designed the tool so that partners can complete the 18-item self-evaluation individually for later discussion and/or compilation of group results, complete as a group.  Users compile their results themselves, though there is also an online, French-language tool that compiles results automatically.
The tool can be completed as a one-time evaluation to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a partnerships and areas where consensus is lacking, or longitudinally to track the amelioration or deterioration of the partnership over time. 
Use this resource to
- evaluate the effectiveness of you action partnerships.
Bilodeau, A., Galarneau, M., Fournier, M., Potvin, L., Sénécal, G. & Bernier, J. (2017). Self-Evaluation Tool for Action in Partnerships. Toronto, ON: Health Nexus. Retrieved from: https://en.healthnexus.ca/sites/en.healthnexus.ca/files/resources/selfevaluationtool.pdf
 Bilodeau, A., Galarneau, M., Fournier, M., Potvin, L., Sénécal, G. & Bernier, J. (2017). Self-Evaluation Tool for Action in Partnerships. Toronto, ON: Health Nexus. Retrieved from: https://en.healthnexus.ca/sites/en.healthnexus.ca/files/resources/selfevaluationtool.pdf