South African National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (SANHANES-1) 2011-12 Impact assessment (SANHANES-1IMPACT), 2017: Interviews

Adams, Rachel Margaret; Adonis, Cyril Kenneth; Bitso, Bitso Paul; Edelstein, Ian; Masiza, Musa ...(5 more)
Description: As part of the assessment of the impact of findings of the South African National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (SANHANES-1) 2011-12 in respect only of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), in-depth interviews with relevant parties. The evaluation consisted ...
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South African National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (SANHANES-1) 2011-12 Impact assessment (SANHANES-1IMPACT), 2017: Interviews

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Methods

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Sampled Universe
Sector experts, research team members and other stakeholders identified by the research team.
Sampling
Five categories of stakeholders were identified to be interviewed: (i) SANHANES research team; (ii) external medical researchers; (iii) government officials in the Department of Health and National Treasury; (iv) funders; and (v) communications/media. Names of potential respondents in each category were identified incrementally, through interactions with the HSRC communications unit, members of the SANHANES team as well as individuals within government and research institutions.

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  • Face-to-face interview
  • Telephone interview

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    Description: As part of the assessment of the impact of findings of the South African National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (SANHANES-1) 2011-12 in respect only of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), in-depth interviews with relevant parties. The evaluation consisted of five output, outcome and impact categories, i.e. knowledge, benefits to future research and research use, benefits from informing policy and product development, health and health sector benefits, and broader social and economic benefits. The data set contains a summary of 14 interviews conducted with participants ranging from a senior medical researcher to a PHD student. The realised respondent interviews comprised 3 South African medical academic researchers; 4 members of the SANHANES-1 research team; 5 government officials (Department of Health and Treasury); 1 PhD student; and 1 foreign researcher. Three HSRC communications staff provided information about media and social media outputs. Despite several attempts, 2 other key high-profile stakeholders could not be interviewed.

    Abstract: The HSRC assessed the impact of findings of the South African National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (SANHANES-1) 2011-12. The overall objective of the impact evaluation was to analyse the outputs, the outcomes, and the broader societal impact of the findings of SANHANES-1 in respect of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs). The evaluation was limited, owing to resource constraints, to an analysis of the outputs, the outcomes and the broader societal impact of the findings of SANHANES-1 in respect only of NCDs, which the team determined to be a core component of the project. For the methodological framework, a hybrid model was developed. This model drew from two widely used and distinct impact evaluation approaches, namely the Payback Model and the Social Impact Assessment Method through Productive Interaction (SIAMPI) model. Data was collected through the analysis of documents which made explicit reference to SANHANES and in-depth interviews with relevant parties. The evaluation consisted of five output, outcome and impact categories, i.e. knowledge, benefits to future research and research use, benefits from informing policy and product development, health and health sector benefits, and broader social and economic benefits. This data set contains a summary of 11 interviews. The realised respondent interviews comprised 6 South African medical academic researchers, 4 members of the SANHANES-1 research team, 4 government officials (Department of Health and Treasury), and one foreign researcher. Three HSRC communications staff members provided information about media and social media outputs. Despite several attempts, 2 other key high-profile stakeholders could not be interviewed.

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Temporal Coverage

  • 2017 / 2017

Update Metadata: 2022-11-29 | Issue Number: 436 | Registration Date: 2020-01-30