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What is the difference between evaluation and research and how evaluation can take into account the complexity of health services?
Topics covered will include:
•Case study design
The course will also take into consideration the contexts and potential areas of conflict when conducting evaluation in health care settings through a session on the politics of evaluation, this will be followed by topics on different approaches to evaluation within implementation science and putting evaluation to practice.
On successful completion of the course you will be able to:
•Demonstrate knowledge of the differences between different evaluative approaches.
•Competently choose between the different evaluation approaches in an informed way.
•Apply an understanding of a variety of approaches to evaluate professionally relevant interventions and to ascertain impact of professionally based interventions.
The course is delivered by the University of Kent's Centre for Professional Practice (CPP). CPP programmes build on your professional knowledge and skills, underpinning them with theories and research in the areas of evidence-based practice, learning and development.Visit the event web page
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LocationUniversity of Kent,
DetailsOpen to all multi-professional healthcare workers. Please note that this is a two-weekend short course. You will be required to attend both weekends: Fri 15th - Sat 16th March and Fri 17th - Sat 18th May 2019, 09.00-17.00.,
Contact: Loreta Jarvis
T: 01634 888929
Centre for Professional Practice