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Systemic Evaluation: Three flexible and Inclusive Approaches

Citation
Midgley G, Boyd A, Geerling T, Gregory WJ, Murray P, Walsh M & Kagan C (2002) Systemic Evaluation: Three flexible and Inclusive Approaches. Revista Gerencia y Politicas de Salud, 1 (2), pp. 6-16. http://www.e-space.mmu.ac.uk/e-space/handle/2173/17934

Abstract
This paper outlines three very different approaches to evaluation that are useful for different purposes. These can be combined to produce a flexible and responsive tool kit for use in a wide variety of situations. The paper also introduces the reasons for conducting systemic (holisitc) evaluations that are both inclusive and participative.

Keywords
Systems thinking; Evaluation; Systems methodology; Participation; Health service evaluation; Critical systems thinking; Systemic intervention

Journal
Revista Gerencia y Politicas de Salud: Volume 1, Issue 2

StatusPublished
Author(s)Midgley, Gerald; Boyd, Alan; Geerling, Ted; Gregory, Wendy J; Murray, Peter; Walsh, Michael; Kagan, Carolyn
Publication date30/09/2002
PublisherPontificia Universidad Javeriana
Publisher URLhttp://www.e-space.mmu.ac.uk/e-space/handle/2173/17934
ISSN1657-7027
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