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Using Mixed Methods in the Evaluation of Complex Health Interventions

Reflections from the workshop: Towards comprehensive evaluation for health and development: promoting the integration of evaluation methods A workshop funded by the British Council Researcher Links programme and the EC SDH-Net consortium By Melisa Martinez-Alvarez (LSHTM) Mixed methods research is recognised to be essential to doing robust evaluati [...]

Economic evaluation of complex interventions

Reflections from the workshop: Towards comprehensive evaluation for health and development: promoting the integration of evaluation methods A workshop funded by the British Council Researcher Links programme and the EC SDH-Net consortium By Jo Borghi (LSHTM) Economic evaluation is recognised to be a key component within evaluation assessing value f [...]

Improving Global Health practice through evaluation

By Gabriela Lamarca & Mario Vettore (ENSP/FIOCRUZ) In January 2015, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) launched a report highlighting the success of the 'Centre for Evaluation’, established in 2012. The Centre has coordinated and promoted internationally-renowned evaluation studies with the ultimate goal of impro [...]

Social determinants of health at the Global Forum on Research and Innovation for Health 2015

By Carel IJsselmuiden (COHRED) As world leaders shift their focus to the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals, it is important not only to understand the impact of research and innovation on health in relation to broad development objectives, but also, it is critically important to emphasize the role that research and innovation can have in redu [...]