Past Events

On the edge: Mixing methods, disciplines and sectors in pursuit of public health

Hear from James Hargreaves, Professor in Epidemiology and Evaluation as he delivers his inaugural lecture on “On the edge: Mixing methods, disciplines and sectors in pursuit of public health”. Date: Thursday 23 January 2020 Time: 17.15-18.15 Location: John Snow, Keppel Street Combating infectious diseases in Africa requires a range of approaches. The response to HIV/AIDS, for […]

MSc student group: planning meeting

Calling all students interested in evaluation methods and innovative study design… Date: Thursday 21st November Time: 12.45 – 13.45 Location: Keppel Street Room LG8 Come along to meet fellow students interested in evaluation and to shape the Centre for Evaluation student group’s agenda for the year ahead. Centre for Evaluation student group Every year, a group of […]

CEDIL & Centre for Evaluation Lecture Series

The Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL) and the Centre for Evaluation convene a lecture series addressing methods and innovation in primary studies. You can watch most of the lectures back online (details below) and access the outputs from CEDIL on its website. Using evidence in humanitarian decision-making Date: Wednesday 29 January 2020 […]

Annual General Meeting 2019

Date: Thursday 10 October Time: 11.00 -13.00 Location: 3A, 3rd floor Student Central The Centre for Evaluation Annual General Meeting is a highlight in our calendar and is open to all INTERNAL members of Centre for Evaluation at LSHTM. It is your opportunity to hear about the Centre’s activities this year and to influence the agenda for the coming […]

Rapid Cycle Design and Testing: developing an approach for embedding process evaluation in services for children and families in the UK

Date: Thursday 3rd October 2019 Time: 12.45 – 14.00 Location: Jenny Roberts, Tavistock Place The way we adopt and evaluate complex early years interventions in the UK needs to change. These interventions are increasingly popular in the UK, but many originated in other countries such as the United States, where the social and policy context is different. A […]

Adopt, Adapt or Abandon? Transferring successful interventions to new settings

Date: Friday 13th September Time: 8.30 – 10.30 Location: LG6 & 7, Keppel Street While innovations are often associated with piloting a new idea and then testing it for “proof of concept,” one of the biggest challenges facing evaluation researchers is how findings can be used to predict and prepare for implementation of a successful innovation to new […]


The Centre is participating in a number of events across LSHTM Week 2019 – download the ‘at a glance’ programme. We hope to see you at one of our events! Joanna will participate in the Centre turbo talks on Monday 9th September 11.00-12.30 in the Manson lecture theatre. On Tuesday 10th September 12.00-12.30, Manson lecture theatre, Bernie and […]

Households in HIV care: designing an intervention to stimulate HIV competent households to support people living with HIV in South Africa

Date:  Thursday 1st August 2019 Time: 12.45 – 14.00 Location: LG6, Keppel Street Speaker: Lucia Knight Despite the Universal Test and Treat program (UTT) and widespread ART rollout South Africa is still faced with treatment challenges including treatment adherence and retention in care. Human resource shortages have implications for the capacity of the public health system to support […]

Randomization: Beyond the Closurization Principle

Date: Friday 12th July Time: 15.30 – 16.30 Location: Manson Lecture Theatre, Keppel Street Speaker: Larry Moulton To celebrate the launch of a new short course on the design and analysis of cluster randomised and stepped wedge trials, the centre for evaluation is hosting a seminar from Professor Larry Moulton. This presentation focuses on the randomization of […]

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 […]