‘Put people first’ - new vision for investing more and better in primary health careTuesday 5 April 2022
Transport for London’s junk food advertising restrictions linked to reductions in high fat, salt and sugar product purchasesFriday 18 February 2022
Blog: Tips and Tricks for Evidence Synthesis: Session 3Wednesday 19 January 2022
From handling a high number of studies and heterogeneity to conducting a meaningful synthesis Author: Amir Mohsenpour, MSc Public Health Student, LSHTM.
Blog: Tips and tricks for Evidence Synthesis: Session 2Sunday 29 August 2021
Reviewing complex qualitative data: new approaches The second of the four-part seminar series exploring evidence synthesis took place on the 30th of July. We were pleased to welcome Dr.
Blog: Tips and tricks for Evidence Synthesis: Session 1Monday 26 July 2021
Developing a protocol for an evidence synthesis: lessons from Cochrane and realist reviews This blog post includes subheadings to enable you to refer easily to particular topics or qu
Blog: Tips and Tricks for Evidence Synthesis: a seminar series on the HOW in evidence synthesisThursday 22 July 2021
In this blog, Laurence Blanchard, co-lead for the evidence synthesis theme within the Centre for Evaluation, introduces u
Blog: A Day in the Life of an EvaluatorTuesday 15 June 2021
The Centre for Evaluation recently held a lunchtime seminar, hosted by the Centre'
Disasters caused by natural hazards linked to increase in triggers for violence against women and girlsFriday 7 May 2021
Universal ‘test and treat’ an economically efficient strategy to help control HIV epidemic in southern AfricaSaturday 13 March 2021
Become a Student Liaison OfficerWednesday 7 October 2020
Apply to become a Student Liaison Officer for the Centre for Evaluation to shape outputs within the Centre to the student body, wider School community and external audien