Past events
How evidence informed decision-making can take a systems perspective: the implications of systems thinking for public health evaluation
How evidence informed decision-making can take a systems perspective: the implications of systems thinking for public health evaluation
17 October 2017, Wellington House, Department of Health
Progressing the debate on Social Impact Bonds
Progressing the debate on Social Impact Bonds
11 September 2017 - 12 September 2017, Newcastle University London, 102 Middlesex Street, London E1 7EZ
Bias in government sponsored policy evaluations in the UK: Results from 3 studies
Bias in government sponsored policy evaluations in the UK: Results from 3 studies
19 January 2017, Jenny Roberts Room, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Widening Perspectives on Social Impact Bonds
Widening Perspectives on Social Impact Bonds
12 September 2016 - 13 September 2016, Newcastle University London, 102 Middlesex Street, London E1 7EZ
How do Policy Research Units make an ‘impact’?
How do Policy Research Units make an ‘impact’?
28 January 2016, Richmond House, Policy Research Unit Directors’ annual meeting with Department of Health
Findings of the early evaluation of the Integrated Care and Support Pioneers and outline of the longer term evaluation
Findings of the early evaluation of the Integrated Care and Support Pioneers and outline of the longer term evaluation
7 January 2016, Skipton House, NHS England
Innovations in policy: how to commission their evaluations
Innovations in policy: how to commission their evaluations
10 June 2015, Wellington House, Department of Health
Interim findings from the early evaluation of the Integrated Care and Support Pioneers
Interim findings from the early evaluation of the Integrated Care and Support Pioneers
15 April 2015, Wellington House, Monitor
Evaluation of the social impact bond trailblazers in health and social care
Evaluation of the social impact bond trailblazers in health and social care
24 March 2015, Wellington House, Department of Health
Evaluation – making it timely, useful, independent and rigorous
Evaluation – making it timely, useful, independent and rigorous
4 July 2014, Jerry Morris Room, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 15-17 Tavistock Place, London WC1H 9SH
Evaluation of the general practice choice pilot
Evaluation of the general practice choice pilot
4 February 2014, Wellington House, Department of Health
Evaluation of the National Cold Weather Plan, 2012-13
Evaluation of the National Cold Weather Plan, 2012-13
1 July 2013, Skipton House, Public Health England/Department of Health
Challenges of payment-for-performance in public services – implications for health care
Challenges of payment-for-performance in public services – implications for health care
23 April 2013, Wellington House, Department of Health
Payment-for-performance: incentivising quality in public services
Payment-for-performance: incentivising quality in public services
19 February 2013, John Snow Theatre, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, WC1E 7HT
Department of Health policy pilots: how the purpose of piloting matters for evaluation and learning
Department of Health policy pilots: how the purpose of piloting matters for evaluation and learning
5 February 2013, Wellington House, Department of Health
The Responsibility Deal: designing the evaluation of a complex policy
The Responsibility Deal: designing the evaluation of a complex policy
13 November 2012, Wellington House, Department of Health
Contribution and perspective of DH's Policy Research Unit in Policy Innovation Research on commissioning and doing policy evaluation
Contribution and perspective of DH's Policy Research Unit in Policy Innovation Research on commissioning and doing policy evaluation
21 February 2012, Wellington House, Department of Health
How can evaluation contribute to health policy in England?
How can evaluation contribute to health policy in England?
13 June 2011, Manson Theatre, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, WC1E 7HT