Amsterdam Center for Implementation Science is proud to present you its 4th education module.
Dates: Tuesday 12 and Tuesday 19 September (attendance on both days is required) | 10:00-13:00
Conducting a process evaluation has become more popular amongst public health researchers. Process evaluations are essential for understanding how impact is (not) achieved in practice and the relations between implementation, mechanisms, and context in which these impacts are achieved. Within a process evaluation, researchers may aim to examine the views of participants on the intervention; study how the intervention is implemented; distinguish between components of the intervention; investigate contextual factors that affect an intervention; monitor dose to assess the reach of the intervention; and how all this might have impacted the effectiveness trial outcomes. But how do you design a process evaluation?
What you will learn:
During this 2-day interactive course we will guide you through all steps to design your process evaluation and equip you with knowledge, skills and practical tools to:
- Develop a logic model
- Design a process evaluation
- Analyze your process evaluation
- Report your process evaluation results
If you would like to participate, please sign up through this form. After you have signed up and we have validated your registration, you will receive a calendar invite, the details of the location and the optional preparatory work.
This is our 4th AmsCIS education module. Full overview of our education modules:
1. Implementation in your Research Proposal/Study Design
2. Stakeholder Engagement
3. Tailoring Implementation Strategies to Determinants
4. Designing a Process Evaluation
5. Scaling up & Sustainability
To ensure that everyone has the opportunity to participate, we plan to repeat these education modules either once a year or once every two years.