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Multiple and mixed methods in formative evaluation : is more better? reflections from a South African study
(BioMed Central, 2016)
ENGLISH SUMMARY : Background: Formative programme evaluations assess intervention implementation processes, and are seen widely as a way of unlocking the 'black box' of any programme in order to explore and understand ...
Training for health services and systems research in Sub-Saharan Africa : a case study at four East and Southern African Universities
(BioMed Central, 2013-12)
Abstract Background The need to develop capacity for health services and systems research (HSSR) in low and middle income countries has been highlighted in a number of international forums. ...
Researching complex interventions in health : the state of the art
(BMC Health Services Research, 2016)
ENGLISH SUMMARY : Keynote presentations
A partial economic evaluation of blended learning in teaching health research methods : a three-university collaboration in South Africa, Sweden, and Uganda
(Taylor & Francis Open, 2016)
ENGLISH SUMMARY : Background: Novel research training approaches are needed in global health, particularly in sub-Saharan African universities, to support strengthening of health systems and services. Blended learning (BL), ...