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Gill Westhorp

Charles Darwin University
Professorial Research Fellow
Gill leads the Realist Research Evaluation and Learning Initiative (RREALI) at Charles Darwin University. RREALI develops new methods and tools within a realist framework, supports development of competency in realist approaches and provides realist evaluation and research services. Current projects include developing realist economic evaluation. Gill is particularly interested in the development of realist methods for hard-to-evaluate initiatives, including prevention programs, large scale policies and programs, complex interventions and cross-cultural realist evaluation.Gill is a co-author of the international reporting standards, quality standards, and guidance materials for Realist Synthesis and Meta-Narrative Reviews (RAMESES I) and for realist evaluation (RAMESES II). She is author of a guidance note on Realist Impact Evaluation and co-author of another on evaluating prizes and challenges, of articles on realist evaluation and complexity theory, and various project-based articles and publications. Gill is Director of Community Matters Pty Ltd, a research and evaluation consultancy based in South Australia; an Associate in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies at RMIT University, Melbourne; and a member of the Advisory Committee for the Centre for the Advancement of Realist Evaluation and Synthesis at Liverpool University, UK. She is a past member of the national AES Board and was previously the inaugural Convenor of the Australasian Evaluation Society’s Special Interest Group in Realist Evaluation and Realist Synthesis and Convenor of the South Australian chapter. Prior to moving into evaluation and research, Gill worked in the community services and health industries for over twenty