Process evaluation training workshops and seminars

Introductory Workshops

  • Introduction to process evaluation
  • Developing theory and logic models for process evaluations
  • Integrating data in mixed methods process evaluations

The workshops are designed as a series, to build on each other, but can also be attended as individual sessions.


Previous seminars

  • Introduction to process evaluations of complex interventions
  • Designing good process evaluations in the new era of complex interventions research
  • What is process evaluation? Language, concepts and principles
  • The new MRC process evaluation guidance: opportunities for researchers
  • Representing ‘process’ in process evaluation: using theory and logic models
  • Choosing what to measure and when to measure it
  • Measuring fidelity: form and function
  • Tensions between process and outcomes studies: hawthorne effects, blinding and publishing order
  • Using mixed methods: letting data talk to each other
  • Researching interventions as complex systems
  • Researching causation and explaining outcomes
  • Improving the quality of qualitative research in trials
  • Moderation and mediation analysis for process evaluation
  • Designing streamlined process evaluations
  • Mixed-methods mediation analysis for process evaluation
  • What is the difference between realist evaluation and process evaluation?
  • How does ‘implementation’ in process evaluation relate to the ‘implementation studies’ field?

Please email if you have a training or seminar topic request. Details about internal Institute of Health Research training sessions and seminars are advertised via the Institute of Health Research email list.