Thursday, 17 October 2019 9.30am – 4.00pm at The Pod, Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation High School Yards, Edinburgh, EH1 1LZ
What’s it about?
Intervention development and evaluation is generally considered a methodology rather than a specific research field. The volume of methods are vast and each discipline (e.g. public health, psychology, education, social work and so on) has their own preferred methodologies based on their own field.
But why is there a lack of knowledge exchange between disciplines who are using similar methods? By improving communication and collaboration for those who share a common intervention development/evaluation methodology, we can all increase the skills and knowledge at our disposal to create real change in our field.
This workshop aims to provide an introduction to multidisciplinary methods of intervention development and evaluation. The overall goals of the workshop are as follows:
- Learn about different intervention development and evaluation techniques from a multidisciplinary perspective and how to include them in your own pragmatic ‘toolkit’;
- Receive feedback on your own intervention research from peers and experts;
- Form a network with early academics working with similar methods.
For further information and to register please go to EventbriteAn InspirED Workshop: Methods in Intervention Development and Evaluation