Quality of Community-based Newborn Care in Ethiopia

  Key findings from “Quality of CBNC programme assessment: Midline Evaluation Report” Speakers: Dr Bilal Avans (IDEAS) and Dr Della Berhanu (DAGU) Date: Thu 29th June 2017 Time: 1715-1815  followed by a reception Venue: Manson Lecture Theatre, Keppel Street Programme Community-based newborn care (CBNC) is an Ethiopian national initiative which aims to improve newborn survival […]

Real-time Evaluation for Programme Improvement

The success of health interventions and programmes largely depends on how well they are implemented. Most evaluations are done retrospectively, providing learning ‘for next time’, which is important but misses key opportunities to improve interventions and programmes as they are being delivered. We urgently need to adapt and develop new methods for evaluating implementation that […]

SAMVEDANA PLUS: Reducing violence and increasing condom use in the intimate partnerships of female sex workers

Speakers: Lucy Platt & Tara Beattie Date: Thursday 29 June 2017 Time: 1230-1330 Venue: LG9   Background:  Female sex workers are at increased risk of HIV and STIs compared to women in the general population, and frequently experience violence in their working and domestic lives from a variety of perpetrators, which can enhance this risk. […]

Intervention Development Seminar Series: #4

The importance of the development phase of health and health care interventions is increasingly recognised. A series of seminars on intervention development have been organised as forum within LSHTM for sharing intervention development methodologies, expertise, experiences and challenges. The fourth seminar in the series will be:

Project Respect: Co-producing an Intervention to Prevent Dating and Relationship Violence Among UK Secondary School Students

Speakers: Rebecca Meiksin and Chris Bonnel

Date: Tuesday 13th June

Time: 12.45-2pm

Venue: Manson Theatre, LSHTM