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Time to Change campaign through the of a service user. Invited commentary on … Evaluation of England's Time to Change programme

  • Mary Nettle (a1)
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The Time to Change campaign and its evaluation in this supplement are looked at from a service user's perspective. A number of achievements are applauded, but pertinent questions about the campaign analysis are raised and a qualitative evaluation is called for.

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