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SCPHRP seminar series No. 10: A theory-based evaluation: realist evaluation

Location: Online (Zoom: Time: 10-11am Tuesday 19th March 2024 Abstract: Realist evaluation is a methodological approach to evaluate complex interventions that focuses on understanding not just whether a programme or intervention works, but how it works in specific contexts and for whom. It seeks to uncover the underlying mechanisms …

SCPHRP seminar series No. 9: Photovoice methods and policing research

Location: Online (Zoom: Time: 10-11am Tuesday 20th February 2024 Abstract: Everyday members of the police are in our communities witnessing and having to respond to the consequences of health inequalities.  Initiatives like the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit (SVRU) and Edinburgh Futures Institute recognise the potential for collaboration between public …

SCPHRP seminar series No.8: Brainstorming the neighbourhood using LEGO building

Location: Online Time: 10-11am Tuesday November 21st 2023 A sustainable, live-able and healthy neighbourhood consists of an environment being ‘user-friendly’ and is shaped by people who work and live in the area, so there remains a need to foster continuous engagement with the community to balance different needs within limited …


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