The aim of this one-day course is to provide participants with an introduction to feasibility studies of complex public health interventions.
Such studies generate the evidence needed to decide whether and how to proceed with a full-scale evaluation study.
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Who it’s for
Researchers, PhD students, practitioners and policy makers interested in the development and evaluation of complex interventions, specifically in public health. No prior knowledge is assumed.
What you’ll learn
Participants will learn about the different aims of feasibility studies, their associated methods, how study findings can inform decisions towards a full-scale evaluation and how to report feasibility findings. Opportunities for networking and applied group work will be provided across the day. The teaching team include authors of numerous empirical and methodological works related to feasibility studies including Dr Kelly Morgan, Dr Britt Hallingberg and Prof Graham Moore.
- Why feasibility studies are conducted
- Key debates, concepts and principles in relation to feasibility study terminology and methods
- The research methods (quantitative and qualitative) used to address uncertainties related to the intervention and future evaluation design of a feasibility study
- How feasibility study findings can be used to inform decision making for progression to a future evaluation study
- How to report feasibility studies
- Typologies and examples of feasibility studies of complex public health interventions.
Teaching and useful information
We will confirm timings, provide learning materials, and other information in the two weeks leading up to your course.
The course will be taught in person, COVID-19 guidelines allowing.