Complex Interventions: Development, Implementation, and Evaluation
Presented by Tom Robinson Public Health Physician, Waitemata & Auckland DHB’s
Most public health and health service interventions are complex. Typically they have multiple components, require behaviour changes, and are very dependent on the context they are being implemented in. This has significant implications for their development, implementation and evaluation which means a simple medical model is inadequate. This presentation will discuss these issues. It is largely based upon the work initiated by Britain’s Medical Research Council and developed over the last 20 years.
Venue: Liggins Theatre, Level 1, Building 16, Green
When: 1pm Wednesday 17th May