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Miles McNall, Ph.D.

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Position

Assistant Professor

Email

mcnall@msu.edu

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Area of Interest

Evaluation theory; collaborative and participatory approaches to evaluation; systems approaches to evaluation; systems change; implementation science

Faculty Information

Miles McNall, Ph.D. is the Director of the Community Evaluation and Research Collaborative (CERC) at Michigan State University.  Miles has 17 years of experience with the evaluation of health and human service programs. He coordinated the evaluation of HIV prevention programs for young men at the University of Minnesota Medical College and guided the development of client outcome monitoring systems for agency programs at Catholic Charities of Chicago. At the CORE Center in Chicago, he evaluated HIV/AIDS care and substance abuse treatment programs and coordinated the agency's healthcare quality improvement efforts. Since joining the faculty at MSU, Miles and his colleagues have conducted evaluations of comprehensive community initiatives, school-based health centers, and intensive home-based treatment services for children with severe emotional disturbances. More recently, Miles has been involved in the evaluation of systems change initiatives, including efforts to transform early childhood systems in two Michigan communities. Miles has been a member of the Michigan Association for Evaluation (MAE) since 2006 and joined the MAE board in 2010.

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Position

Assistant Professor

Email

mcnall@msu.edu

Social Media

Area of Interest

Evaluation theory; collaborative and participatory approaches to evaluation; systems approaches to evaluation; systems change; implementation science
   
Miles McNall, Ph.D. is the Director of the Community Evaluation and Research Collaborative (CERC) at Michigan State University.  Miles has 17 years of experience with the evaluation of health and human service programs. He coordinated the evaluation of HIV prevention programs for young men at the University of Minnesota Medical College and guided the development of client outcome monitoring systems for agency programs at Catholic Charities of Chicago. At the CORE Center in Chicago, he evaluated HIV/AIDS care and substance abuse treatment programs and coordinated the agency's healthcare quality improvement efforts. Since joining the faculty at MSU, Miles and his colleagues have conducted evaluations of comprehensive community initiatives, school-based health centers, and intensive home-based treatment services for children with severe emotional disturbances. More recently, Miles has been involved in the evaluation of systems change initiatives, including efforts to transform early childhood systems in two Michigan communities. Miles has been a member of the Michigan Association for Evaluation (MAE) since 2006 and joined the MAE board in 2010.

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