Past Events

Intervention Development Seminar Series: #1

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 first seminar in the series will be:

The Behaviour-Centred Design Approach to Intervention Design

Speaker: Robert Aunger

Date: Tuesday 7th February

Time: 12.45-2pm

Location: Manson Theatre, LSHTM

Seminar: Girls’ Empowerment in Mali – Impact Evaluation of the ‘Girls Can’ Project

GIRLS’ EMPOWERMENT IN MALI

Impact evaluation of the ‘Girls Can’ project

Speaker: Marcella Vigneri

Date: Friday 10th February 2017

Time: 12.30pm – 2.00pm

Location: John Snow A, Keppel Street

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

Gaps in Evaluation methods in development, and what innovations might address these gaps

Please join us on March 21st (09:30-12:45) for a morning of talks and a discussion addressing the “Gaps in Evaluation methods in development, and what innovations might address these gaps”. Refreshments will be provided, with coffee from 9am.

Realist Evaluation and 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.

STRENGTHS Protocol Workshop

The LSHTM Centre for Evaluation invites you to the following Protocol Workshop: STRENGTHS PI: Bayard Roberts Date: March 27th, 2017 Time: 12:45 pm – 2:00 pm Venue: Jerry Morris A, Tavistock Place   Background: Recent crises in the Middle East, most notably in Syria, have resulted in an unprecedented increase in the number of refugees […]

SAMATA and SAMVEDANA PLUS Protocol Workshop

Date: Tuesday 4th April 2017 Time: 10-11am Venue: LG9, Keppel St. (LSHTM) An hour-long ‘protocol workshop’ to discuss the Samata and Samvedana Plus analysis plans with Tara Beatie and Lucy Platt, who are leading the LSHTM support for the projects. These are both cluster-randomised controlled trials in India. Co-investigators from India will join by Skype.   SAMATA: Supporting adolescent girls to […]

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

Seminar: Frameworks for Understanding Implementation

Frameworks for Understanding Implementation Carl May University of Southampton The last few years have seen an important shift in thinking about implementation. Researchers and practitioners have shifted the focus of their work way from implementation as the outcome of a linear process (beliefs –> intentions –> behaviours), and instead have started to explore a much […]

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