The Need for Using Theory to Consider the Transferability of Interventions
This lecture explores ways that the transferability of interventions to new settings might be modelled statistically and the role of theory in considering the question of transfer. The lecture draws on preliminary results of the realist trial of the Learning Together whole-school health programme in the UK.
Chris Bonell is Head of the Department of Public Health, Environments and Society, and Professor of Public Health Sociology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Prior to joining LSHTM, Chris was Professor of Sociology and Social Policy at University College London, and Professor of Sociology & Social Intervention at the University of Oxford. His main areas of research are on adolescent health, sexual health, substance use and social exclusion and health, as well as in research methodology.
This session will be live-streamed/recorded - accessible to both internal and external audience