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Green, J; South, J; Newell, C (2004)
Publisher: Centre for Health Promotion Research, Leeds Metropolitan University
Languages: English
Types: Book
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The evaluation will try to reflect the particular issues arising at the various stages of programme implementation. For example, in the early stages we will focus on the way activities are being developed as well as identifying any early successes. As the programme matures there can be a gradual transition to assessing the achievement of objectives. In year 3, there is a requirement that we will formally report on progress towards meeting national targets.
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