Rapid Evaluation: What is it, why do it, and why is it important now?

Thursday 10 September 2020 (14:00-15:30)

Jennie Oldfield – j.oldfield@bham.ac.uk

business meeting

Join the BRACE team to learn about rapid research/evaluation and discuss why there is an increasing push for researchers to work rapidly.

What are some of the potential benefits and trade-offs, what rapid methods are available, and in what circumstances can these be applied? Speakers will reflect upon their emerging thinking about this topic as well as sharing their experiences of working rapidly during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

With speakers Jo Ellins, Kelly Singh and Manni Sidhu.

Who are BRACE and what do they do?

The BRACE Centre was launched in June 2018. Focusing on innovations in health service delivery and organisation, BRACE conducts evaluations which examine not only what works, but also how and why things work (or don’t) and in what context. Our approach is both rapid and thorough, and we aim to produce rigorous, timely and useful evidence which can inform the transformation of services and outcomes across the NHS. 

Register online and the link for zoom will be sent to you before the event.