PHPES offers public health practitioners working in any sector an exciting opportunity to work in partnership with an SPHR research team to evaluate innovative projects or initiatives they are delivering.
We’re pleased to announce we have three further evaluations underway:
- the London-wide HIV Prevention Programme (LHPP)
This evaluation will measure the extent to which the programme meets its stated aims and objectives and the methods used to achieve them.
- the Doncaster ‘Foundation for Change’ domestic abuse prevention programme
This evaluation will describe and evaluate the ‘theory’ and the implementation of the programme, assess the social return on investment and explore the feasibility of conducting a future waiting-list controlled trial.
- the Public Health Outcomes of the Cambridgeshire Time Credits Project
This evaluation will look at the potential of the Cambridgeshire time credit project to tackle social exclusion, loneliness and deprivation and assess the extent to which it can reduce health inequalities. It will analyse how this type of project can best secure positive health outcomes and how it could be sustainably established in other localities.
We plan to run further calls for applications with the next round taking place this autumn so make sure you register your interest by signing up to our mailing list and including PHPES in the Area of Interest section.
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