REALIST METHODOLOGY NETWORKING AND SUPPORT WORKSHOP

REALIST METHODOLOGY NETWORKING AND SUPPORT WORKSHOP

CENTRE FOR ADVANCEMENT IN REALIST EVALUATION AND SYNTHESIS

Thursday April 23rd 2015, 9:30am – 5:00pm
UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL – LONDON CAMPUS: 33 FINSBURY SQUARE, LONDON.
Facilitator: Dr. Justin Jagosh

We will be hosting a 1-day CARES (CENTRE FOR ADVANCEMENT IN REALIST EVALUATION AND SYNTHESIS) event on April 23rd at the University of Liverpool’s London Campus. The event is titled: Realist Methodology Networking and Support day. If you are currently working on a project involving realist methodology, this event may prove beneficial. The day is designed to provide basic information on realist evaluation and synthesis, help to link up similar projects for peer-to-peer support, problem solve through discussion and feedback, and support clear thinking and motivation for enhanced research productivity.

Researchers from the RAMESES II project (a project that is developing procedural guidance and reporting standards for realist evaluation) will be in attendance, to participate in discussions and gather information about realist research needs.

FEES

Professional: £85 (20 spots)
Student: £50 (20 spots)

TO REGISTER

Places are limited. To register please use this link: http://payments.liv.ac.uk/browse/product.asp?compid=1&modid=2&catid=70

Should you have any queries please email Jan Atkinson at jan.atkinson@liv.ac.uk

You can email me any other questions at justin.jagosh@liverpool.ac.uk

Thanks, and looking forward to meeting you there,
sincerely,
Justin

Justin Jagosh, Ph.D
Senior Research Fellow
Centre for Advancement in Realist Evaluation and Synthesis (CARES)
University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
www.liverpool.ac.uk/cares

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