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SagePub.com - American Journal of Evaluation
Susan N. Labin, Jennifer L. Duffy, Duncan C. Meyers, Abraham Wandersman, and Catherine A. Lesesne
Research and Evaluation for Busy Practitioners
SagePub.com - Small-Scale Evaluation
Colin Robson, University of Huddersfield
SagePub.com - Practical Research and Evaluation
Lena Dahlberg Dalarna University and Dalarna Research Institute Colin McCaig Centre for Education and Inclusion Research (CEIR), Sheffield Hallam University
BMJ Group - Injury Prevention
Flaura K Winston, and Lela Jacobsohn
SagePub.com - Small-Scale Evaluation in Health
Sinead Brophy, Helen Snooks, Lesley Griffiths (University of Wales Swansea)
Paper presented at the 74th RoSPA Road Safety Congress, Blackpool, 24 February 2009, by Dr Will Murray, Research Director at Interactive Driving Systems.
A paper written for companies to help them evaluate their road safety interventions. Describes using both qualitative and quantitative outcome data.
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