Research and evaluation review 2001-2002.
HPA, March, 2003.
contains a review of research and evaluation work carried out
by the HPA during 2001-2002. Research is a fundamental part
of the Agency's work as it allows us to target our resources
and evaluate the effectiveness of our health promotion interventions.
The research and evaluation initiatives described in this document
have been carried out within the priority areas and programmes
of work which the Agency has been commissioned to deliver. These
include: tobacco and drug use; physical activity; and sexual
A4, 24 pages, summary report.
The issues covered and the information collated will be of interest
and value to those working in the public, community and private
sectors whether working within the areas of health, social services,
education and community work or beyond.
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