Using Evidence in the development of local health policies : Some Evidence from the United Kingdom

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Weatherly, H.; Drummond, M.; Smith, D.;
(2002)

Objectives: This paper explores the use of evidence, focusing on economic evidence in particular, in the development of local health policies through an in-depth study of Health Improvement Programmes (HImPs) in England. Methods: A questionnaire was sent to the person r... View more
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