Equip yourself with a wide range of tools and analytical frameworks that are commonly used to evaluate complex interventions when experimental and quasi-experimental approaches are not feasible.

20 May 2018 - 9:00am to 25 May 2018 - 5:00pm

Next Running

20th to 25th May 2018

Location

University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom

Course Summary

Equip yourself with a wide range of tools and analytical frameworks that are commonly used to evaluate complex interventions when experimental and quasi-experimental approaches are not feasible. Case studies will be used to show methods in practice and there will be opportunity to discuss your projects with the course leaders and other evaluation professionals attending the course. 

Expert Inputs will include:

  • Non-experimental impact evaluation
  • Research designs
  • Establishing causality without randomised controlled trials
  • Understanding perceived drivers of change
  • Integration of qualitative and quantitative approaches to evaluation.

Course Director and Teaching Team

This course is co-directed by Professor Laura Camfield and Dr Barbara Befani 

Fee 

£1850
Course fees are inclusive of full tuition, lunches, Monday to Friday and refreshments

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Location:
University of East Anglia NR4 7TJ Norwich
United Kingdom
Partner(s): University of East Anglia