SHINE Virtual National Network Event 2021 Evaluation Form

1. SHINE Virtual National Network Conference November 2021 - Evaluation form

Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete the evaluation form for the SHINE Virtual National Network Conference November 2021. We hope to be able to host face-to-face events again in the future, however, your feedback on the virtual event will be very useful to help us improve future virtual engagements. 
 

1. In order for us to make best use of the feedback for the SHINE Virtual National Network Event 2021 on Thursday 18th November to improve future events, it would be helpful for us to know which of the following categories applies to your engagement with the event. Please use the comments box below to provide any specific feedback (we would particularly like feedback on any issues relating to accessibility). *

 

2. Given that the SHINE National Network Event was virtual again this year, used a mixture of platforms, including Microsoft Teams Webinar, Zoom Webinar and Meeting and was hosted in November. please let us know how accessible you found the event. Please provide any specific feedback in the comments box below ( this may relate to IT set up, timing of conference, your location) *

 

3. Please enter the name of the school, Local Authority or organisation you work for (optional)

 

4. Please enter your name ( optional)

 

5. Please enter you email address (optional)

 

6. Please let us know how useful you found the presentations in the first morning session at the SHINE Virtual National Network Conference 2021 by selecting the most appropriate response on each row. Please use the comments box below to provide any specific feedback. *

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Welcome address - Dr Jo Inchley
Children and YP's Mental Health Joint Delivery Board - Maggie Fallon and Carolyn Wales, Scottish Government
Equally Safe at School - a whole school approach to preventing gender-based violence - Dr Carolyn Blake & Professor Kirstin Mitchell, Laura Wylie & Kathryn Dawson
 

7. Please let us know how useful you found the presentations and breakout rooms sessions in the second morning session at the SHINE Virtual National Network Conference by selecting the most appropriate response on each row. Please use the comments box below to pass on any specific feedback. *

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Supporting young people's engagement with HWB research - a PSE resource for schools - Clare Dolan
Supporting young people's engagement with HWB research -SHINE interactive dashboard - Dr Andy Baxter
Breakout rooms - "Our school's HWB data sharing journey" - knowledge exchange sessions
SHINE Development Officer - A whole-school approach to using SHINE data in a secondary school setting - Kelly Craig
SHINE Development Officer - Embedding a HWB data sharing model in a secondary setting - Lynn Alexander
SHINE Development Officer - Embedding the SHINE model in a primary school - Fiona MacDonald
 

8. To try to increase interactivity in the virtual conference, we used the Easyretro app twice to gather feedback and share ideas, please rate your experience of this as to how useful, enjoyable, and/or accessible this was.

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9. Please let us know how useful you found the research presentations in the afternoon session of the conference by selecting the most appropriate response on each row and whether you would like to be sent further information about the projects by the researchers involved. Please use the comments box below to pass on any specific feedback. *

Very usefulQuite usefulNot usefulDidn't attendI would like further information about this project
Children's Health in Care in Scotland ( CHICS: First population-wide evidence on the health of care-experienced children - Dr Mirjam Allik
Net4Health - social relationships, networks & adolescent health - Dr Mark McCann
Digital support for young people with their mood and wellbeing study - Dr Rhys Bevan-Jones
Effects of mental health stigma and literacy on adolescent help-seeking - Dr Claire Goodfellow
 

10. Please let us know how useful you found the presentations in the afternoon session at the SHINE National Network Event by selecting the most appropriate response on each row . Please use the comments box below to pass on any specific feedback. *

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Initial Findings from the 2020-2021 SHINE mental health dataset - Judith Mabelis
A SHINE Local Authority Case Study - Louise Stean, Fife Council
A SHINE School-level & Associated School Group-level Case Study - Donna Polson, HT Aberdeen City Council
A SHINE School-level & Cluster Primary-level Case Study - Lisa Moore & Julie Bell, West Lothian Council
Changing Faces: the UK's leading charity supporting people with a visible difference - Angela Harris and Susan Ross
 

11. Please rate the quality of the registration process, information about the event, content, format, ability to network and interact, hosting and technical support for the SHINE National Network Conference 2021

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12. Please use the comments box below to add any additional feedback about the day. This may include suggestions for future events, recommendations of speakers or topics you would like to see included, offers to share a SHINE case study or practitioner expertise at a future event.

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