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    Evaluation in occupational health practice, 1st edition Edited by:ewa menckel, peter westerholm. (Pp 235; £40). 1999. Oxford: Butterworth- Heinemann. ISBN: 0 7506 4303 X.

    Evaluation of healthcare systems, with its significant use of qualitative data, has to date remained the poor relation to conventional research methods. However, study designs such as randomised control trials are of limited use when occupational health services seek to describe their own practice or are asked to justify programmes to employers, who expect such activities to impact on the functioning of their organisations. The evaluation approach, developed partly …

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