Heather Lanthorn is currently completing her SD in Global Health and Population and also working as an Evaluation Specialist at the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie). Her I-swear-its-nearly-there thesis is on the political and economic aspects of adopting and implementing the Affordable Medicines Facility - malaria (AMFm) in Ghana. She holds a Masters in Public Health (University of Michigan) and a BA in Anthropology (Wake Forest University). She also blogs at her personal site: hlanthorn.com
- Hawthorne effects: Past and future
- Reflecting on being radical: Integrating theories of change as practice
- Median impact narratives: Who, why, and how
- What does it mean to do policy-relevant research and evaluation?
- Thinking about stakeholder risk and accountability in pilot experiments
- Buffet of Champions: What Kind Do We Need for Impact Evaluations and Policy?
- #1 from 2014: Anecdotes and Simple Observations are Dangerous; Words and Narratives are Not
- Theories of Change, Stakeholders, Imagined Beneficiaries, & Stealing from Product Design. That is, Meet ‘Mary.’
- Enforcing Accountability in Decision-Making
- Allowing ‘Revisibility’ in Decision-Making
- 'Going Public' with Decisionmaking
- ‘Relevant Reasons’ in Decision-Making (3 of 3)
- Have Evidence, Will… Um, Erm (2 of 2)
- Have Evidence, Will… Um, Erm?
- Anecdotes and Simple Observations are Dangerous; Words and Narratives are Not.