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Population & Health Equity initiatives Evaluation Support



SEL Vital 5 Programme - The Evaluation Ask Context Recently, the South East London Integrated Care Board (ICB) allocated £4 million to the Vital 5 programme, which is focused on reducing the impact of 5 key risk factors that have a major impact on population health, targeted to those populations who face the greatest health inequity ('Core20Plus5'). The Vital 5 are - Alcohol, Healthy Weight, Hypertension, Mental Health and Tobacco Dependency. A summary overview of the current scope of the programme is included on pages 4 and 5 in the attached document. A review of the Vital 5 programme is underway with the aim of collating learning and insights, understanding potential programme benefits and impact, and developing an overarching framework and methods for implementing a comprehensive evaluation framework. However, in the interim, there are some specific initiatives within the Vital 5 programme that require evaluation expertise is detailed in page 5 of the attached document. Evaluation considerations As many of these interventions are in pilot phase, we require an evaluation partner(s) who can work flexibly with us to design the right type of evaluation support for each project based on its maturity and readiness for evaluation. This will include a mix of: Advice on evaluation readiness: Assessing whether the proposed interventions are ready for evaluation Developing tools/frameworks that may be required to enable evaluation (e.g. logic model or theory of change, evaluation framework incl. data capture and metrics) Evaluation of intervention: Undertaking evaluation in line with agreed scope (e.g. Appropriateness, effectiveness (including cost-effectiveness), efficiency and impact) Identification of challenges and opportunities in scaling beyond pilot phase Evaluation outputs: Evaluation report with summary of findings including tangible actions to improve, scale and sustain initiatives. It is important to note that evaluation outputs from these specific projects will also need to inform the overarching evaluation framework for the Vital 5 programme, which is yet to be developed. Please feel free to contact Meghna Manoharan via the email address provided below for any clarifications or additional information needed. Additional information: To express interest and participate in the competitive bidding, kindly reach out to Meghna Manoharan via email at


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Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Meghna Manoharan

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