mHealth in the Pacific Islands region and New Zealand: adaptation and evaluation

Date: Thursday 30th May Time: 12.45 – 14.00 Location: LG80, Keppel Street Speaker: Dr Judith McCool Dr McCool will talk about adapting existing mHealth programmes for the Pacific settings. Her work involves questioning what adaptation means for delivery and evaluation of mHealth programmes, particularly in low resourced settings. She and colleagues are working to determine what is essential and […]

CEDIL & Centre for Evaluation Lecture Series

The Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL) and the Centre for Evaluation are convening a lecture series addressing methods and innovation in primary studies. Evidence for Action in New Settings: The importance of middle-level theory Date: Wednesday 5 June 2019 Time: 12.45-14.00 Location: LG9 Keppel Street Speaker:Nancy Cartwright  For predicting intervention outcomes in a new setting […]

Evaluating programmes/interventions that change over time

Date: Thursday 13th June Time: 12.30 – 14.00 Location: John Snow A Interventions or programmes that change over time pose a challenge to how we plan and conduct evaluations. In this lunchtime session we’ll hear from a number of speakers who are undertaking evaluations of both programmes where the intervention was intended to change over time […]

Poor Patients, Private Providers, and Purchasing for Health

Public Health and Policy  & Centre for Evaluation Seminar Date: Wednesday 27th of June Time: 12.00 – 13.00 Location: Jenny Roberts room, Tavistock Place Speakers: Dominic Montagu (UCSF), Paul Gertler (UC Berkeley) and Lauren K. Suchman (UCSF) Many experts believe that the scale of private healthcare provision in Low- and Middle-Income countries is large enough that engagement of […]