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How to evaluate impact in intensely interdisciplinary research

How to evaluate impact in intensely interdisciplinary research Date: 24 May 2021 Description: *Please note, the line up for the webinar has changed Interdisciplinary research is an invaluable tool with the unique potential to address “wicked problems”. Engaging in this type of research and in evaluating its impact requires creative thinking and innovative solution finding. 
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Evaluating complex interventions in international development

Evaluating complex interventions in international development Date: 21 April 2021 Everyone knows that international development is complex and yet the evaluation methods used by researchers tend to ignore this complexity. Edoardo Masset will present the results of a CEDIL review of methods for evaluating complex interventions. The methods reviewed will include: adaptive trials, factorial designs,
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The Evidence-Based Project Cycle

The Evidence-Based Project Cycle Date: 24 March 2021 Time: 12.45 – 14.00 GMT Register for the Zoom Webinar here: Registration Link Description: Whilst more attention is being paid to ‘use of evidence’ there remains lack of clarity of what evidence to use and when. The event based policy cycle – which can be applied to policies, programmes, projects
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The Production and Use of Evidence and Gap Maps

Evidence and gap maps are a recent evidence synthesis product which have gathered a great deal of interest from researchers, commissioners and users of evidence. CEDIL has funded a range of evidence syntheses including maps. This session presents two CEDIL-funded maps and an overview of the use of maps, including examples from CEDIL-funded work. Panel: Howard White, CEDIL Research
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