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  1. A Research Synthesis of the Evaluation Capacity Building Literature - American Journal of Evaluation
    Susan N. Labin, Jennifer L. Duffy, Duncan C. Meyers, Abraham Wandersman, and Catherine A. Lesesne

  2. Research and Evaluation for Busy Practitioners: A Time-Saving Guide

    Research and Evaluation for Busy Practitioners
    Helen Kara

  3. Referencing - The Harvard System

    Harvard Referencing

  4. Small-Scale Evaluation - Principles and Practice - Small-Scale Evaluation
    Colin Robson, University of Huddersfield

  5. Practical Research and Evaluation A Start-to-Finish Guide for Practitioners - Practical Research and Evaluation
    Lena Dahlberg Dalarna University and Dalarna Research Institute Colin McCaig Centre for Education and Inclusion Research (CEIR), Sheffield Hallam University

  6. A practical approach for applying best practices in behavioural interventions to injury prevention

    BMJ Group - Injury Prevention
    Flaura K Winston, and Lela Jacobsohn

  7. Small-Scale Evaluation in Health - A Practical Guide - Small-Scale Evaluation in Health
    Sinead Brophy, Helen Snooks, Lesley Griffiths (University of Wales Swansea)

  8. Evaluating Occupational Road Safety Programmes: A Process and Outcomes Based Approach.

    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.
    Murray W.

  9. Guidance from the Government Social Research Unit on policy evaluation

    Magenta Book guidance notes