Druglink article 1990 – Making research part of drugs work by Robert Power, Sara Jones, Annette Dale and Paul Turnbull

An example is given of close cooperation between researchers evaluating a drug team and the team itself. Regular, speedy feedback of research findings helped the team refine its objectives and methods. Research surveys and outreach studies doubled as publicity for the service. Even without research staff, agencies can draw on research techniques to inform their work.

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Additional keywords: management / evaluation / user feedback