Guidance

Using natural experiments to evaluate population health

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

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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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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.

Page last updated: 7 January 2022

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