Summing Up

  • Ceri Phillips
  • Colin Palfrey
  • Paul Thomas
Chapter

Abstract

Traditionally, assessment of the relative success or failure of a particular policy or programme in health and social care has tended to be made largely on the basis of impressionistic or anecdotal evidence with the evidence provided by the more powerful groups carrying the greatest weight.

Reference

  1. Smith, G. and Cantley, C. (1985) Assessing Health Care: A study in organisational evaluation, Open University Press, Milton Keynes.Google Scholar

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© C. J. Phillips, C. F. Palfrey and P. Thomas 1994

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  • Ceri Phillips
  • Colin Palfrey
  • Paul Thomas

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