Events

Mixed methods evaluation for community based services treatment of under nutrition

Speaker: Ben Allen

Date: Tuesday, Feb 28th, 2017

Time: 12.45-2pm

Venue: John Snow Lecture Theatre, Keppel Street, LSHTM

Real-world evaluation: lessons learned from an evaluation of a maternal health social franchising programme in India

Speaker: Tim Powel Jackson and Loveday Penn-kekana

Date: Thursday, March 9th, 2017

Time: 12.45-2pm

Venue: John Snow Lecture Theatre, Keppel Street, LSHTM

Intervention Development Seminar Series: #2

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 second seminar in the series will be:

Safetxt: Designing a safer sex intervention delivered by text message for young people in the UK diagnosed with Chlamydia or Gonorrhoea

Speaker: Caroline Free

Date: Monday 13th March

Time: 12.45-2pm

Venue: LG7, LSHTM

Seminar: Bayesian Integration of Quantitative and Qualitative Data

Speaker: Macartan Humphrey

Date: March 21st, 2017

Time: 12:45 pm – 2 pm

Venue: Manson Lecture Theatre, LSHTM

Realist Evaluation into Mechanisms

Speaker: Prof. Nick Tilley

Date: March 22nd, 2017

Time: 5:00 – 6:45 pm

Place: Manson Lecture Theatre, LSHTM Keppel Street

‘Mechanism’ is crucial to realist evaluation. Yet it has turned out to be tricky. The term is used in many different ways, not all of which accord with Pawson and Tilley’s conception of realist evaluation. In this talk, I’ll return to the original use of the term and go on to illustrate ways in which it has been applied in practice in ways that do and do not accord with Pawson and Tilley. I’ll say a little about developing and testing realist hypotheses in evaluative studies. I’ll conclude more speculatively on the contribution realist evaluations of programmes and policies might make to cumulation in social science.

Intervention Development Seminar Series: #3

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 third seminar in the series will be: 

The Development of an Intervention to Increase the Acceptability and Use of Effective Contraception Among Young People in Tajikistan, Bolivia and Palestine

Speaker: Ona Mccarthy

Date: Wednesday 26th April

Time: 12.45-2pm

Venue: John Snow Theatre, LSHTM

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