The Leeds Unit for Complex Intervention Development team (LUCID) welcome you to an event exploring new frontiers in the methodology of developing and optimising complex interventions in health care settings. The morning is free to attend. We will explore methodological opportunities and challenges for researchers and clinicians developing complex health care interventions. Key note speakers will present on topics including:
· New opportunities and challenges for complex intervention development
· New frontiers for quantitative methods in developing and optimising interventions
· Importance of considering implementation in intervention design
· Intervention development and global health
In the afternoon delegates will be offered a choice of two ‘mini-master class’ workshops. Up to eight workshops are planned on a diverse range of topics. Each workshop will provide an introduction to key methodological issues in designing complex health care interventions.
· Using logic models and programme theory
· Involving patients and the public in intervention design
· Behaviour change – a guide to theory, frameworks and taxonomies
· Design and designers in intervention development
· Designing patient decision aids
· Designing interventions in global health
· Optimising interventions using trial designs – introducing MOST & factorial designs.
· Deciding when an intervention is ready for testing in a definitive RCT
A small fee of £50 will be charged to workshop delegates to cover the cost of hosting the workshops, this will also include lunch and refreshments.
Book you place on here: https://store.leeds.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/faculty-of-medicine-health/lihs-leeds-institute-of-health-science/new-frontiersmethodology-of-developing-and-optimising-complex-interventions-in-health-care-settings
Please note places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.