Books and Book Chapters 2001

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Barnes M, Crowe S, Entwistle VA, Heller T.  Unit 17: User Involvement. In: Towards a social model of health policy and provision. Working for Health  K203 Block 4. Milton Keynes: Open University Press; 2001. p. 78-83.

Effective Interventions Unit [Vale L].  Designing an economic evaluation. Evaluation guide 6. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive, Effective Interventions Unit; 2001.

Entwistle VA, O'Donnell M. Evidence-based health care: what roles for patients? In: Edwards A, Elwyn G, editors. Evidence Based Patient Choice. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2001. p. 34-49.

Entwistle VA, Hanley B. Involving 'consumers' to public health benefit. In: Pencheon D, Guest C, Melzer D, Gray JAM, editors. Oxford Handbook of Public Health. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2001. p. 482-491.

Foy R, Grimshaw JM, Eccles M. Guidelines and pathways. In: Vincent C, editor. Clinical Risk Management. Enhancing patient safety. London: BMJ Books; 2nd ed. 2001. p. 283-300.

Grimshaw JM, Wilson BJ, Campbell MK, Eccles MP, Ramsay C. Epidemiological methods. In: Fulop N, Allen P, editors. Studying the organization and delivery of the health services. London: Taylor & Francis Books; 2001. p. 56-72.

Grimshaw JM, Ward J, Eccles M. Getting research into practice. In: Pencheon D, Guest C, Melzer D, Gray JAM, editors. Oxford Handbook of Public Health. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2001.

Ludbrook A, Vale L. Economics and clinical guidelines - pointing in the right direction? In: Tavakoli M, Davies HTO, Malek M, editors. Health policy and economics: strategic issues in health care management. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing; 2001.

Mowatt G, Grant AM, Bower DJ, Brebner JA, Cairns JA, McKee L. Timing of assessment of fast-changing health technologies. In: Stevens A, Abrams K, Brazier J, Fitzpatrick R, Lilford R, editors. The Advanced Handbook of Methods in Evidence Based Healthcare. London: Sage; 2001. p. 471-484.

Ross S, Counsell CE, Gillespie WE, Grant AM, Prescott RJ, Russell IT et al. Factors that limit the number, progress and quality of randomised controlled trials: a systematic review. In: Stevens A, Abrams K, Brazier J, Fitzpatrick R, Lilford R, editors. The Advanced Handbook of Methods in Evidence Based Healthcare. London: Sage; 2001. p. 38-55.