The need to use routine outcome evaluation to inform practice has been stressed repeatedly but it is not clear how such data can be used to inform front-line practice rather than being experienced as an additional bureaucratic requirement. Drawing on existing collaborative links with pioneers in this field and using existing national data complemented with qualitative analysis of implementation issues, this project is a feasibility study to model how feedback might be used to inform and improve practice.
|Effective start/end date||3/01/11 → 1/01/15|
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