What Works Scotland’s impact on long-term change in public services and putting Christie into practice, including our impact and activities in Scotland, the UK and abroad.
An outcome-focused evaluation of High Life Highland’s programme to prevent falls by older adults.
Guest blogger Robert Picciotto explores whether the democratic evaluation model from half a century ago is still fit for purpose in April 2015. Are current democratic evaluations adapted to modern-day challenges?
What Works Scotland directors James Mitchell and Ken Gibb examine prevention and what, in March 2015, stands in the way of making progress in a shift to focusing on prevention in public services.
Richard Brunner and Nick Watson of What Works Scotland explore the concept of ‘capabilities’ as a framework for public service reform.