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Small-Scale Evaluation in Health
A Practical Guide

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March 2008 | 216 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

 Setting out the basics of designing, conducting and analysing an evaluation study in healthcare, the authors take a practical approach, assuming no previous knowledge or experience of evaluation.

 

All the basics are covered, including:

- How to plan an evaluation

- Research governance and ethics

- Understanding data

- Interpreting findings

- Writing a report

 

Cases included throughout to demonstrate evaluation in action, and self learning courses give the reader an opportunity to develop their skills further in the methods and analysis involved in evaluation.

 
What Is an Evaluation?
 
Searching and Reviewing the Literature
 
Evaluation Design
 
How to Plan an Evaluation
 
Research Governance and Ethics
 
Collecting Data
 
Understanding Numerical Data
 
Storing Data
 
Analyzing Data
 
Interpreting the Findings
 
Writing a Report

This is a useful book that provides some very practical information and further resources for the students.

It is well set out and user friendly.

Miss Sue Lillyman
Instiutute of health and society, University of Worcester
June 15, 2012

Excellent well constructed text

Dr Michael Snowden
Please select your department, Please select your institution
June 12, 2012

Ideal book for health and social care practioners who need to understand, commission, or undertake evaluation of services or interventions. Very clearly laid out with lots of good examples

Professor Jackie Campbell
Health , Northampton University
December 16, 2011

This is a really good text for BA level students and possibly MSc students.

Dr Lyvonne Tume
Faculty of Health, Liverpool John Moores University
December 16, 2011

Essential practical guidance for undergraduate and Masters level students

Miss Marion Aylott
Faculty of Health & Social Care, University of the West of England, Bristol
January 12, 2011

This is a simple easy to read text for novice practitioners with little research experience. The chapter summaries, frequently asked questions and links to further reading and resources provides added value as does the use of case studies, tables and charts and examples.

Mrs Joy Murray
Nursing and Midwifery, University of the West of England, Bristol
April 2, 2010

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