Pragmatic Evaluation in Physical Activity and Public Health

 
The first course on Pragmatic Evaluation in Physical Activity and Public Health was delivered in Edinburgh, UK in May-June 2015.  It was a 2.5 day event held in the lead up to the ISBNPA 2015 conference. The course was aimed at early career researchers, practitioners and policy makers seeking to develop their evaluation skills and knowledge. We had 30 participants from a range of backgrounds and countries. More details are available on the Course webpage: http://www.ndph.ox.ac.uk/bhfcpnp/upcoming-events/training-course-pragmatic-evaluation-in-physical-activity-public-health
 
CONTENT
 
Online module (3 hours):
Physical activity epidemiology and public health in nutshell
(Content from the University of Sydney online course in Exercise and Physical Activity in Non-Communicable Disease Prevention in partnership with the WHO Collaborating Centre for Physical Activity, Nutrition and Obesity)
 
Face-to-face modules (2.5 days):
Planning for Evaluation
Introduction to Evaluation Methods
Formative Evaluation
Outcome/Impact Evaluation
Process Evaluation
Complex Program Evaluation
 
FACULTY


Prof. Adrian Bauman (University of Sydney)
Prof. Nanette Mutrie (University of Edinburgh)
Prof. Charlie Foster (University of Oxford)
Prof. Jim Sallis (University of California, San Diego)
Dr. David Ogilvie (University of Cambridge)
Dr. Nick Cavill (Cavill Associates)
Dr. Paul Kelly (University of Edinburgh)
Dr. Karen Milton (University of Oxford
Dr. Justin Richards (University of Sydney)