Centre for Evaluation
The Centre for Evaluation is a multi-departmental, multi-disciplinary network of research and methods experts. These events look at interventions, systems and strategies to improve public health using rigorous evaluation.
Events in this series
Optimising programming for effective coverage using embedded Programme Science
New 'AI' technologies for evidence synthesis: how do they work, and can we trust them?
Addressing intersectional stigma in HIV testing interventions with refugee and displaced youth: lessons learned in urban and refugee-settlement humanitarian settings in Uganda
Re-orientating systematic reviews to rigorously examine what works, for whom and how: example of a realist systematic review of school-based prevention of dating and gender violence
Areas of Research Interest: an opportunity for synthesis to shine?
Violence, mental health, inflammation and HIV risk among 1000 female sex workers in Nairobi Kenya: findings from The Maisha Fiti Study
Assessing bias in evaluations of lobby and advocacy: a new assessment tool for 'small n' impact evaluation with an application to sexual and reproductive health and rights
Novel mHealth Interventions for Priority Populations Among People with HIV in Africa
Webinar series on systematic software. Webinar 3: EPPI-Reviewer
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