Guidance

Using natural experiments to evaluate population health

These documents are a guide for producers and users of evidence surrounding population health interventions.

From:
MRC
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Documents

Summary of using natural experiments to evaluate population health interventions (PDF)

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Full guidance on using natural experiments to evaluate population health interventions (PDF)

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Details

The aim of these guidance documents is to help producers, users, funders and publishers of evidence understand how and when ‘natural experiments’ can be used to good effect. The documents:

  • define natural experiments
  • indicate when they should be used
  • give guidance on how to improve design, analysis and reporting.

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