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18 November 2019

Evaluation readiness, program quality and outcomes in men’s behaviour change programs

This research aimed to develop a better understanding of a range of issues that are relevant to the effectiveness of men’s behaviour change programs, including how to identify the factors that are likely to be most strongly associated with behavioural change, and how to measure changes that occur over time.

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