How to evaluate impact in intensely interdisciplinary research
Date: 24 May 2021
*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.
How do we evaluate impact in research that is deeply interdisciplinary in an accurately representative way?
The UKRI GCFR Action Against Stunting Hub is conducting essential research on addressing the global challenge of child stunting to help achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal of Zero Hunger. The webinar will bring together views from the Action Against Stunting Hub to look at how they tackle the question of evaluating the long-term impacts of their research, and CEDIL and Campbell Collaboration expertise in mixed methods in impact evaluation.