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The evaluation of complex interventions in palliative care: an exploration of the potential of case study research strategies

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The evaluation of complex interventions in palliative care : an exploration of the potential of case study research strategies. / Walshe, Catherine.

In: Palliative Medicine, Vol. 25, No. 8, 12.2011, p. 774-81.

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title = "The evaluation of complex interventions in palliative care: an exploration of the potential of case study research strategies",
abstract = "Complex, incrementally changing, context dependent and variable palliative care services are difficult to evaluate. Case study research strategies may have potential to contribute to evaluating such complex interventions, and to develop this field of evaluation research.",
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