Realist Methods: Presentations and Discussion
- 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Irving K. Barber - Dodson (302)
1961 E Mall
March 3-5, 2020
Peter Wall International Visiting Research Scholar Geoff Wong (University of Oxford) is a highly experienced and internationally recognised expert in realist synthesis and evaluation who works closely with researchers in the field of evidence syntheses of complex health and social interventions.
Realist methods are relatively new in Canada. If you are a student or researcher who would like to know more about realist methods, please join us for 3-days (March 3-5) of informal presentations of student/researcher realist reviews and evaluations—followed by participant discussions and Q&A.
Interested individuals can attend any portion of the 3-days. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the schedule and related readings.
Co-sponsored by the Peter Wall Institute and hosted by Maura MacPhee (School of Nursing) and Christopher McLeod (School of Population and Public Health).