Realist Research and Evaluation Intensive Workshop (5-day)


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Presenter:  NI Evaluation and Knowledge Impact Research Team

Date: Mar 04, 2019 to Mar 08, 2019

Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm

Contact person:  Greg Williams, Course Coordinator
T: 08 8946 7469
E: greg.williams@cdu.edu.au

Location:  Charles Darwin University, Sydney Campus, 815 George St, Haymarket

Target audience:  This workshop is available to researchers and evaluators in other organisations and Departments; to commissioners of research and evaluation; Master of Public Policy students; post-graduate students from any university; and staff who want to develop new research and evaluation skills.

This intensive workshop will introduce participants to the philosophical assumptions of a realist philosophy of science and their implications for understanding how policies and programs work. Participants will develop skills in designing and implementing realist research and evaluation, from developing initial questions through to final reporting. The workshop also covers realist review, the realist approach to systematic literature reviews and rapid realist review. 

Accreditation at Masters level is available. An additional fee for marking of papers may apply for students outside the Master of Public Policy program. 

Workshop facilitators

  • Professor Gill Westhorp - CDU 
  • Dr Gary Groot – University of Saskatchewan
  • Rebecca Hardwick - CDU

Cost (GST inclusive)

  • Australian Evaluation Society members $1250
  • Non-members $1500
  • HDR Students $600

Register at the workshop website.

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