Blog: Reflections on the Biennial Retreat: Places, Spaces, and ContextsMonday 18 March 2019
The Centre for Evaluation (CfE) held its annual retreat on Thursday, December 6, focusing on the theme of “Places, Spaces and Contexts.” Held “off campus” in the Hatton Gardens area, the retreat br
Blog: Weekly links | week of the 11th of FebFriday 15 February 2019
Seven days have flown by; here are this week’s links:
Blog: Weekly links | week of the 4th Feb 2019Friday 8 February 2019
We’re trying something new: five links to interesting articles, blogs, videos, and other resources about evaluation every Friday, every week.
Blog: Process Evaluation skills-building workshop, ZambiaMonday 14 January 2019
The Centre for Evaluation is launching a series of skills-building workshops around the world, organised in partnership with our collaborators, and held in locations where LSHTM staff are based
Blog: HSR 2018Wednesday 3 October 2018
Members of the Centre attended and presented at the Health Systems Conference in Liverpool in October.
Blog: Complex Interventions? Insights through Process EvaluationFriday 9 March 2018
By: Queena Luu LSHTM MSc Public Health, Health Service Research, student
Blog: Data II Action – Beginning of the road. Putting data to work means saving livesThursday 8 February 2018
By: Yasmin Hussain Al-Haboubi LSHTM MSc Global Mental Health Student
Blog: Lively Discussions and Engaging Ideas at the LIDC and The Guardian Debate on AidTuesday 8 November 2016
On Thursday 27th October the first debate, organized by the London International Development Centre and The Guardian, of the Development Debate Series took place discussing the theme of aid and ask
Blog: Monitoring and evaluation: an insider’s guide to the skills you’ll needWednesday 2 November 2016
In international development, everyone knows that good intentions are simply not enough. It is critical to agree on appropriate aims and then make sure that these can be achieved efficiently.