2020-21 Evaluating Complex Interventions Projects

Training in the Evaluating Complex Interventions theme will equip researchers with the ability to integrate quantitative and qualitative skills in evaluation, and provide an interdisciplinary theoretical foundation in the evaluation of complex public health interventions.

Supervisors Project Key Words
Kaja Abbas & Mark Jit Health and economic impact modelling of cervical cancer elimination strategies at the global and national levels Human papillomavirus vaccine
Cervical cancer elimination
Infectious disease modelling
Cost-effectiveness analysis
Amaya Bustinduy & Michael Miles Development of molecular diagnostics for antihelmintic drug resistance monitoring in human schistosomiasis Schistosomiasis
Anthelmintic drug resistance
Comparative genomics
Quantitative epidemiology
Suzanne Filteau & Jayne Webster & George PrayGod BRIGHT-SAM (BRaIn development, Growth and HealTh in children with Severe Acute Malnutrition) Malnutrition
Cognitive function
Fatty acids
Children
Evaluation
Sebastian Funk & Flavio Finger & Nicholas Thomson Modelling optimal vaccination strategies for cholera outbreaks Cholera
Mathematical modelling
Outbreak response vaccination
Bioinformatics
Phylodynamics
Suneetha Kadiyala & Elizabeth Allen Application of causal mediation methods to examine the pathways to impact of an integrated agriculture-nutrition trial in India Nutrition
Agriculture
Participatory learning and action
Causal mediation analysis
India
Randomised controlled trial
Sanjay Kinra & Iliatha Papachristou Nadal Evaluation of Complex Interventions for Management of Non-Communicable Diseases in Low-Middle Income Countries Process evaluation
Non-communicable disease
Disease management
Mixed methods
Global health
Petra Klepac & Adam Kucharski & Samuel Clifford Using large-scale data on human mobility and social behaviour to understand the transmission and control of respiratory infections in the UK Spatial epidemiology
Complex interventions
Human mobility
Social contacts
David MacLeod & Rashida Ferrand & Andrea Low Barriers to testing and treatment for adolescents and young people in sub-Saharan Africa HIV epidemiology
Adolescents
Maternal education
Statistical analysis
Lucy Platt & Rob Aldridge Evaluating peer advocacy interventions for people experiencing homelessness on attendance at health services Homelessness
Peer advocacy
Hospital episode statistics
Epidemiology
Kalpana Sabapathy & Virginia Anne Bond & Richard Hayes The role of alcohol in universal testing and treatment to reduce HIV incidence HIV/AIDS
Africa
Universal test and treat
Treatment as prevention
Alcohol
Cluster randomised trial
Linda Sharples & Sasha Shepperd Exploring multiple mechanisms of action of complex interventions using trial data and causal inference methods Complex interventions
Randomised trials
Mechanisms of action
Healthcare systems

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