* Lindblom, C.E. (1959). The science of muddling through. Public Administration Review, 19, 79-88.
* Stone, D. (2002). Policy paradox: the art of political decision making. (2nd ed.). New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company.
* Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. (1993). Best advice: Harm reduction. [position paper]. Toronto, ON: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
OHPE 271.1, August 9, 2002
II Agenda Setting
III Policy Formulation
IV Decision Making
V Policy Implementation
VI Policy Evaluation
VII Key Learnings
- written by Lawrence Murphy, MA (Counselling Psychology), Health Promotion Specialist in Substance Abuse Prevention with the Hamilton Social and Public Health Services Department and Jennifer Mitton RN BscN, Public Health Nurse with the Regional Niagara Public Health Department.
Don't forget that we now publish a Letters to the Editor column featuring your feedback on our articles. If you have a resource or point of view to add, let us know by writing to email@example.com. A full introduction to this new section is in the OHPE News of 268.0 and can be viewed on our website at http://www.ohpe.ca/ebulletin/ViewAnnouncements.cfm?ISSUE_ID=268&startrow=1.
I Introduction: The issue
II Project description
III Differences in structure and approach
IV Project findings
V Six areas of concern
VI Ideas for building healthier working relationships:
Submitted by Janice MacAulay, FRP Canada, http://www.frp.ca/default_en.asp.
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II The Issue: Youth Partying and PITRS
III The PITRS Evaluation Design
IV March 2000 Conference Evaluation Results
V March 2001 Evaluation Results
VI Lessons Learned: Evaluation = Innovation
Written by Joanne Kaashoek, Toronto Public Health, "Party in the Right Spirit" Program Committee.
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Type of Resource: Book
Source: Boston: Harvard University Press, 1993, 180 p.
Author: Gilligan, Carol.