Ideas from Realist Evaluation for Enhancing Public Health & Primary Care: “The Importance of Understanding Context”
Tuesday, February 13th, 2018
Realist inquiry uses programme and middle-range theory and context-mechanism-outcome configuration to address the questions, 'what works, for whom, under what circumstances and how?' This approach to research and evaluation can be adapted in many ways – including in the design of large-scale study, literature-based knowledge synthesis, policy appraisal, implementation scale-up, and in day-to-day decision-making. In this introductory webinar, ideas from Realist Evaluation will be presented to clarify why it is important to understand context.
This event sponsored by the School of Public Health, University of Queensland, Australia