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2 9 2 L EARNING O BJECTIVES CHAPTER 9 HEALTH POLICY RESEARCH METHODS After completing this chapter, you should be able to ➤ appreciate commonly used methods for health policy research, ➤ discuss experimental research, ➤ understand survey research, ➤ describe the process of conducting evaluation research, ➤ differentiate between cost–benefit analyses and cost-effectiveness analyses, and ➤ appreciate qualitative research methods.
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