The Bree Collaborative is interested in finding new ways to support data collection and reporting for projects focused on the implementation our guidelines. To that end, we have developed this collaborative question bank, where organizations can draw from and share evaluation questions with the goal of aligning evaluations of implementation projects.
The Bree Collaborative publishes questions used, or proposed for use, for different purposes, including but not limited to: Bree work group participation, case study development, Bree Guidelines project evaluation surveys, and other similar purposes.
All questions developed by the Bree include methodological information such as which audiences they are intended for, question format, measurement scale, appropriate or recommended method(s) of analysis, and validation information as seen in the structure below:
If the question requires an introduction
The content of the question
What options audiences have for answering the questions (example: “happens routinely, never happens”)
Whether the question is constructed as a single select, item ranking, text, etc.
How the question is being measured (example: count, qualitative word coding, likert scale, 1-10, etc.)
Recommended way to aggregate or measure responses.
Whether the question has been reviewed or validated and how it was done.
Who the question was intended for
May include name of a specific tool the question was taken from or modified from, specific groups the question has been deployed with or other supporting information
Links to full surveys that the Bree has leveraged for evaluation purposes can also be found within each section. This includes name of the topic, publishing institution, descriptions, scale, audiences, and notes.