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Michele Tansella and Graham Thornicroft Introduction

Evaluation: definitions and conceptual framework The, public health context forpsychiatric service, evaluation Why evaluate psychiatric services? What to,, evaluate in psychiatric services? Outcomes at!. level

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Evaluation at its best is a systematic way of learning from experience and using the lessons learned to improve both current and future action. At its worst it is an activity used to justify the selection of a scapegoat for past failures. (Sartorius (1))

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