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Strategy and Programme Development

Developing and evaluating complex interventions

Following considerable development in the field since 2006, MRC and NIHR have jointly commissioned an update of this guidance to be published in 2019.


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Charoenboon, N., Haenssgen, M., J., Warapikuptanun, P., Xayavong, T. & Khine Zaw, Y. (2019). Translating AMR: A case study of context and consequences of antibiotic-related communication in three northern Thai villagesPalgrave Communications, 5(23). doi: 10.1057/s41599-019-0226-9.

Vignon Zomahoun, H., Charif, B., Freitas, A.,  Garvelink, M., Menear, M., Dugas, M., Adekpedjou, R., Légaré, F. (2019) The pitfalls of scaling up evidence-based interventions in health, Global Health Action, 12:1,1670449, DOI: 10.1080/16549716.2019.1670449 

Haenssgen, M., J., Charoenboon, N., Zanello, G., Mayxay, M., Reed-Tsochas, F., Lubell, Y. et al. (2019). Antibiotic knowledge, attitudes, and practices: new insights from cross-sectional rural health behaviour surveys in low- and middle-income Southeast AsiaBMJ Open, 9:e028224. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-028224.

Kakkar, M., Chatterjee, P., Singh Chauhan, A., Lindahl, D., Beeche, A., Jing, F., Chotinan, S. (2018) Antimicrobial resistance in South East Asia: time to ask the right questions, Global Health Action, 11:1, 1483637, DOI:10.1080/16549716.2018.1483637