Genuine evaluation-related workshops and presentations over the next few months

One of the great sources of energy and ideas for both of us is the opportunity to give workshops and presentations on topics related to genuine evaluation. It’s great to be able to spend time with so many people who care passionately about doing evaluation that really makes a difference, and want to explore ways

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A Master Class in Realist Synthesis

How do we synthesize diverse evidence about complicated and complex interventions? I think that the relatively new technique of realist synthesis offers considerable promise and there is growing attention to this by governments in the UK, Australia and Canada (and maybe elsewhere?). Realist synthesis (Pawson, 2006) is a form of theory driven, qualitative, systematic review

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