Rethinking Evaluations of Health Equity Initiatives: An introduction to the special issue
This paper is an introduction to a special issue on “Re-thinking Evaluations of Health Equity Initiatives.” The papers in this volume aim to build understanding of how evaluations can contribute to addressing inequities and how evaluation design can develop a better understanding and also better respond to: (i) policy maker and practitioner needs; (ii) the systemic and complex nature of the interventions necessary to impact inequities; (iii) an understanding of the processes that generate inequities.
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