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Managing Projects in Health and Social Care is a practical handbook for anyone who has responsibility for projects and wants to be sure their project will make a useful contribution to improvement of health and care services. The key dimensions discussed are: budget, time, feasibility, planning /scheduling, implementation, and evaluation. There are clear explanations of how and when to use each technique and consideration of the differences between large and complex projects and smaller, less complicated ones.