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Evaluating complex interventions


Social and Public Health Sciences Unit

Subject Keywords: Evaluation complex interventions
Topic: Obesity
Type: Website
Region: Scotland

The scale and nature of many public health interventions means that they tend to be complex and their evaluation may be problematic and the frequent lack of randomisation in policy implementation means that it can be difficult to ascertain causality. Our work focuses on the statistical evaluation of complex interventions, particularly natural experiments.

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Social and Public Health Sciences Unit. () Evaluating complex interventions [Online]. Available from: [Accessed: 19th November 2019].


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