Presentations

IMPACT EVALUATION IN PUBLIC HEALTH: A COUNTERFACTUAL FRAMEWORK, at Baltimore, US, Wednesday, July 23, 2014:

Talk given in the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

Summary:

When a random clinical trial is not feasible, the evaluation of the effectiveness of a health intervention should not be prevented. Providing that high quality administrative data are available, we should plan an evaluation using the assumptions of the counterfactual framework (quasi-experimentation or causal inference).

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