Developing Complex Interventions to Improve Health
1 day course: Wednesday, 17th March 2021
1 day course: Wednesday, 17th March 2021
Start: 9am with Registration and Refreshments for a prompt course start at 9:30 am
£249 - Early Bird Rate - For bookings received on or before 11pm on TBC.
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Researchers, clinicians, policy makers, patient groups and service providers often develop new interventions to address problems with health and health care. We will introduce people who are planning to develop interventions to the range of ways of doing this, and the key principles and actions to address. We will explore the different published approaches people can use and discuss how to choose the most appropriate one for a context, who should be part of an intervention development team, using co-design to unlock creative thinking, and how to design and refine a prototype. The day will be grounded in examples from our own experience of working in teams that have developed and adapted interventions, and working in the Research Design Service to advise people on intervention development.
Who will benefit:
Anyone planning, leading, working on or involved in an intervention development study
Research Design Service advisors
Materials will include the 2019 MRC-funded guidance on intervention development. Course materials will be provided on USB during registration, and via a Delegate Course Website, approximately one week prior to the course start date.
NB: Hard copies of powerpoint presentations will not be provided, but delegates can print these from the Delegate Course Website, if you prefer.
Professor Alicia O'Cathain led MRC funded study of intervention development methodology INDEX. Professor O'Cathain is the course leader for this 1 day short course.
Dr Liz Croot co-applicant on INDEX, adapted an intervention, participatory research.
Dr Lizzie Coates member of intervention development teams, Research Design Service Advisor.
Dr Sarah Drabble member of intervention development team.
Gemma Wheeler Sheffield Hallam University