ActEarly Methods Club | Ripple Effects Mapping: a participatory method for evaluating systems interventions | 9th March 2022

ActEarly Methods Club | Ripple Effects Mapping: a participatory method for evaluating systems interventions | 9th March 2022

Ripple Effects Mapping: a participatory method for evaluating systems interventions, 9th March 2022, 11-12.15pm

Dr James Nobles (University of Bristol) & Dr Jennifer Hall (Bradford Institute for Health Research)

Dr James Nobles is a Research Fellow at the University of Bristol within the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration. Between April 2019 and April 2021, he led the evaluation of a whole systems approach for physical activity called We Can Move, in Gloucestershire. Dr Jennifer Hall is a Senior Research Fellow at the Bradford Institute for Health research, within Born in Bradford. She is currently leading the process evaluation of a whole systems approach for physical activity called JU:MP, in North Bradford.

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