Evaluating Health and Social Care

  • Authors
  • Ceri Phillips
  • Colin Palfrey
  • Paul Thomas
Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Ceri Phillips, Colin Palfrey, Paul Thomas
    Pages 1-26
  3. Ceri Phillips, Colin Palfrey, Paul Thomas
    Pages 27-68
  4. Ceri Phillips, Colin Palfrey, Paul Thomas
    Pages 69-81
  5. Ceri Phillips, Colin Palfrey, Paul Thomas
    Pages 82-102
  6. Ceri Phillips, Colin Palfrey, Paul Thomas
    Pages 103-128
  7. Ceri Phillips, Colin Palfrey, Paul Thomas
    Pages 129-154
  8. Ceri Phillips, Colin Palfrey, Paul Thomas
    Pages 155-174
  9. Ceri Phillips, Colin Palfrey, Paul Thomas
    Pages 175-176
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 177-179

About this book

Introduction

A practical book, based on sound theoretical models, which explores the main criteria available for evaluating social care and health services. The book explains why the various criteria are used, identifies the problems inherent in using them, and offers specific guidance on how to use each of the criteria. The guidance offered is seen as important at a time when health and social care agencies are under increasing pressure to evaluate and improve their performance.

Keywords

care evaluation service

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