Theory of Change in Health and Social Care
We offer an online short course designed for researchers, service providers, managers and funders who want to learn how to work with stakeholders to make explicit how and why a program is likely to work.
We use an approach called Theory of Change which is increasingly used to develop and evaluate complex health interventions in health and social care.
The course is structured in 4×2 hour group sessions led by Erica Breuer and one 45min individual coaching session to discuss your project.
Discounted rates are available for participants from low- and middle-income countries, First Nations participants, students and multiple people attending from the same organisation*.
What You’ll Learn
- Overview of Theory of Change
- Developing a Theory of Change
- Organising and facilitating a Theory of Change workshop
- Using Theory of Change for evaluation
$690 ($345 for participants from low- and middle-income countries, First Nations participants and students, $150 for students from low- and middle-income countries)
- 4×2 hour facilitated sessions
- 45min individual coaching session per participant
- Curated reading lists
*If multiple people from the same organization are attending, the first person pays the full fee, the second person receives a 25% discount, and the third and subsequent people receive a 50% discount.
Tuesdays June 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th
Sydney (AEST) 9am-11am
Auckland (NZST) 11-1pm
Los Angeles (PDT) 4-6pm (Mondays)
Boston (EDT) 7-9pm (Mondays)
Sao Paulo (BRT) 8-10pm (Mondays)
(Registrations close Wednesday 24th May)
Erica Breuer (PhD, MPH (Epidemiology), BAppSc Phty(Hons)) is a global health researcher with extensive expertise in using Theory of Change to identify, develop and evaluate health and social care interventions.
Based in Australia, Erica has been involved in Theory of Change development across a range of countries including South Africa, Kenya, India and the UK.
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