Sep 7, 2017 | Galway
Process Evaluation of Complex Interventions in Health — Catalyst Workshop
In association with the Centre for the Development and Evaluation of Complex Interventions for Public Health Improvement (DECIPHer), BITSS and the NUI Galway Health Behaviour Change Research Group are delighted to host the DECIPHer one-day workshop on Process Evaluation of Complex Interventions in Health.
Location: Arts Millennium Building NUI Galway
Time:10:00 am – 4:30 pm
Catalyst: Elaine Toomey
Description:The aim of this one-day workshop is to provide participants with knowledge and skills of the theory and practice of process evaluations of complex health interventions. The workshop will be of relevance to researchers, policy-makers and practitioners interested in developing and evaluating complex health interventions.
The workshop will cover:
- The role of process evaluation in understanding complex health interventions
- The importance of intervention theory and logic models
- The components of process evaluations
- Identification of process evaluation questions and methods
- Analysis of process data
Dr. Graham Moore is the Deputy Director of the Centre for the Development and Evaluation of Complex Interventions for Public Health Improvement (DECIPHer), Cardiff and a Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences and Health. Dr. Moore has an international reputation as a specialist in methodology for evaluating complex interventions and is lead author of the recent MRC guidance for process evaluation of complex interventions. He is also lead for DECIPHer’s complex intervention methods program.
Dr. Rhiannon Evans is a Senior Lecturer in Social Science and Health based at DECIPHer, a UKCRC Public Health Research Centre of Excellence and a member of the DECIPHer process evaluation teaching team. She is also an affiliated Senior Lecturer at CASCADE (Children’s Social Care Research and Development Centre). She is lead for DECIPHer’s mental health and wellbeing program. Dr. Evans has expertise in process evaluations and implementation science.
This short-course is part of a Catalyst Training Project. More details about the project can be found here.