What is the Point of Realist Research and Why Do We Need It?
  • Portland Square Building, Plymouth University

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CAMERA (Collaboration for the Advancement of Medical Education Research and Assessment invites you to this seminar by Dr Geoff Wong, a world leader in realist synthesis.

Realist evaluation and realist synthesis are ‘new kids on the block’ in the family of research approaches. Both use a realist logic of analysis to help make sense of the outcome patterns in complex interventions. This presentation sets out to explain where realist approaches fit in and why.

Geoff is a GP and internationally-recognised expert in realist synthesis. He developed quality and publication standards for realist syntheses (www.ramesesproject.org) and produced similar resources for realist evaluations in 2015 through the recently-funded RAMESES II project.

Geoff works as a Clinical Research Fellow in Nuffield Centre for Primary Care and Public Health, University of Oxford.

This seminar is free to attend but booking is required as lunch will be provided.

Please email camera.pupsmd@plymouth.ac.uk to book a place and confirm any dietary requirements you may have. The seminar venue will be notified on booking.

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