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Thu, 19 May

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via Zoom

Trialing a trial: RCTs in practice

Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) can be an optimal method to use in evaluation, but not in every case. We have invited a special guest to talk about their charity's experience of using an RCT, why they chose this method in that particular case, the value it added and the challenges to overcome.

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Trialing a trial: RCTs in practice
Trialing a trial: RCTs in practice

Time & Location

19 May 2022, 12:30 – 13:30 BST

via Zoom

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About the event

For our next ChEW Bitesize event, we will be taking a look at randomised controlled trials (RCTs) in practice. RCTs can be an optimal method to use in the evaluation for a multitude of reasons, such as providing useful information for decision-makers regarding their budget or presenting the least-biased estimations on whether something works or not. 

However, RCTs are not always the most appropriate method to use when evaluating impact. It can be tricky to identify the right time to implement an RCT so that it works well. This is why we have invited Dr Daniel Acquah, Head of Evaluation at Youth Endowment Fund to speak at our Bitesize event, to give their example of a charity's use of an RCT and why they chose this method in that particular case. They will also discuss the value this method added and some of the challenges they came across.

Tickets for this event are for ChEW Members only and will be free of charge. The event will be hosted on Zoom on 19/05/2022 and the time will be confirmed ASAP.

We look forward to seeing you there!

If you have any questions, please contact us by emailing hello@chewgroup.org.uk

Tickets

  • ChEW Bitesize

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