Knowledge built through research evidence should inform the actions that address pressing behaviour change challenges. Evidence reviews assemble knowledge from around the world and can illuminate potential solutions.
Two key considerations in making evidence reviews useful are ‘take-off’ – getting the question right – and ‘landing’ – delivering review findings that are useful and compelling.
This short course will outline the evidence review process with an emphasis on ‘take offs and 'landings’ and apply these to your review question.
All BehaviourWorks’ short courses support skills development and the practical application of behavioural science theories, tools, techniques and methods.
By attending this short course you will:
BehaviourWorks Australia Toolbox series of practical short courses are designed to support skills development and the application of behavioural science theories, techniques and methods. See our other short courses:
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