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Deadline: Monday 30th September 2019
To evaluate the place-based Deception Bay CfC initiative, inclusive of operational years 2005-2019. The evaluation will require applicants to use a mixed methods approach.
Black Dog Institute
Deadline: Saturday 28th September 2019
StepCare is a digital mental health ‘stepped care’ service for Australian adults, developed by the Black Dog Institute. The StepCare Service supports GPs to provide timely, cost-efficient and low intensity early intervention and treatment for Australians with anxiety or depression.
Black Dog Institute is interested in refining its recruitment, engagement, and implementation strategies for StepCare in order to target the best potential utilizers of the service and to ensure successful uptake. A variety of factors should be considered, including literature regarding implementation of mental health and digital tools into general practice, and perspectives from GPs.
Deadline: 5.00pm (AEST) Friday 27 September 2019. Late applications will not be accepted.
Beyond Blue is inviting suitably qualified and experienced Service Providers to submit a proposal for the evaluation of The Way Back Support Service
The purpose of the evaluation is to assess how The Way Back Support Service was implemented across different locations (sites), and the extent to which The Way Back achieved its intended objectives and outcomes.
Evaluation findings will inform future services, systems and policies related to suicide prevention activities and contribute to the evidence base in Australia and internationally.
To obtain the Request For Proposal documentation, visit www.beyondblue.org.au/about-us/procurement.
Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL)
Deadline: 5pm on 6 September 2019 (AEDT).
The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) provides national leadership for the Australian, State and Territory Governments in promoting excellence so that teachers and school leaders have the maximum impact on student learning in all Australian schools.
AITSL administers a stakeholder survey every two to three years to measure the impact of its policies, standards, tools, resources and initiatives, as well as its organisational impact through its reach of, and engagement with, stakeholders.
The Evidence & Impact Team is seeking a proposal and quote to conduct thematic analysis of two datasets from AITSL’s 2019 stakeholder survey (see RFQ for further details). We would be grateful if you would consider the project detailed in the RFQ documentation and provide a quotation response.