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Real World Evaluation:Ten Key Principles for Evaluating Complex Health and Social Interventions 2018

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Halifax Hall Hotel & Conference Centre
Dates of Event
1st February 2018 – 2nd February 2018
Last Booking Date for this Event
17th January 2018

This course is primarily focused on evaluations in complex ‘real-world’ situations, in which the evaluator has limited control over the intervention or context, and traditional experimental methods are inappropriate. It aims to introduce ten key principles for evaluation of complex interventions and how to apply these in health and social care settings. The course will mix theory and practice, and give broad perspectives drawing on the participants’ own work and evaluation needs. Participants will be introduced to complex situations, complex interventions and innovative evaluation methodologies (e.g. theory-driven approaches, Realist Evaluation, & Developmental Evaluation). During this 2-day short course time will be provided for structured, self-directed study to reflect on experiences and begin to design an evaluation proposal that is in line with the nature of your specific needs.

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