Dr. Graham Moore discusses a mixed-methods study he undertook to evaluate medical interventions in the National Exercise Referral Scheme. Using randomized trials, he found that the referrals had a positive outcome. But incorporating other methods revealed that the program was effective for different reasons than expected.
- Product: Sage Research Methods Video
- Type of Content: Case Study
- Title: Evaluating the National Exercise Referral Scheme Using Process Evaluation Methods
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2017
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- Discipline: Health
- Methods: Program evaluation, Randomized controlled trials, Intervention studies
- Duration: 00:09:15
Keywords: attitudes and behavior, complexity, context effects, delivery of health care, exercise (physical activity), health care, Medical Research Council, motivation, organizational structure, design, and change, outcomes, outcomes of care, patients, policy implementation, process (operations management), processes and institutions, referral, Social support, relationships, and health
Speaker: Graham MooreOnline ISBN: 9781473968585Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2017