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Evaluation of the Personal Health Budget Pilot Programme

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Evaluation of the Personal Health Budget Pilot Programme. / Forder, Julien; Jones, K; Glendinning, Caroline; Caiels, J; Welch, E; Baxter, Kate; Davidson, Jacqueline; Windle, K; Irvine, Annie Louise; King, D.; Dolan, P.

Canterbury : Canterbury: PSSRU University of Kent, 2012. 215 p. (PSSRU Discussion Paper; Vol. 2840_2).

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Forder, J, Jones, K, Glendinning, C, Caiels, J, Welch, E, Baxter, K, Davidson, J, Windle, K, Irvine, AL, King, D & Dolan, P 2012, Evaluation of the Personal Health Budget Pilot Programme. PSSRU Discussion Paper, vol. 2840_2, Canterbury: PSSRU University of Kent, Canterbury.

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Forder, J., Jones, K., Glendinning, C., Caiels, J., Welch, E., Baxter, K., ... Dolan, P. (2012). Evaluation of the Personal Health Budget Pilot Programme. (PSSRU Discussion Paper; Vol. 2840_2). Canterbury: Canterbury: PSSRU University of Kent.

Vancouver

Forder J, Jones K, Glendinning C, Caiels J, Welch E, Baxter K et al. Evaluation of the Personal Health Budget Pilot Programme. Canterbury: Canterbury: PSSRU University of Kent, 2012. 215 p. (PSSRU Discussion Paper).

Author

Forder, Julien ; Jones, K ; Glendinning, Caroline ; Caiels, J ; Welch, E ; Baxter, Kate ; Davidson, Jacqueline ; Windle, K ; Irvine, Annie Louise ; King, D. ; Dolan, P. / Evaluation of the Personal Health Budget Pilot Programme. Canterbury : Canterbury: PSSRU University of Kent, 2012. 215 p. (PSSRU Discussion Paper).

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