Evaluation of complex and multi component interventions

This webinar will explore the complexity and challenges in addressing the multi component nature of public health interventions.

Training Programme

Session 1:     Synthesis methods used in recent NICE public health guidelines 

Ellesha Smith – Research Assistant, CRSU, University of Leicester

Session 2:     Identification and description of components in complex interventions 

Professor Paul Garner – Co-ordinator, Centre for Evidence Synthesis for Global Health, Co-ordinating Editor of the Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group and Director of the Research, Evidence and Development Initiative (READ-It) 

Session 3:     Lumping and splitting of components in meta-analysis of complex interventions 

Dr Deborah Caldwell Associate Professor in Epidemiology and Public Health, Co-director, MSc Public Health Deputy Director, NICE Guidelines Technical Support Unit

Session 4:     Component analysis 

Dr Suzanne Freeman – Lecturer in Biostatistics, CRSU, University of Leicester 

Session 5:     Multicomponent interventions for delirium prevention  

Dr Terry Quin – Joint Coordinating Editor, Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement, Reader in Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences, CRSU, University of Glasgow 

Dr Jenni Burton – Clinical Lecturer in Geriatric Medicine, University of Glasgow

Session 6:     Multicomponent interventions for smoking cessation

Professor Alex Sutton – Professor of Medical Statistics, CRSU, University of Leicester & CRSU