Abstract

This article presents two themes related to the development and implementation of sound outcomes research that emerged from a 3-year dialogue among fellows of the University of Illinois Center for Outcomes Research and Education (CORE). These themes are: that outcomes research needs to be an interrelated multi-method system of investigation, and it should be developed in collaboration with its key stakeholders (consumers and practitioners). Examples from the literature and from a cluster of papers published in this focus issue are used to exemplify the themes.

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