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C. J. Thompson, K. Quinsey, D. Morris, R. Gordon, K. E. Williams, P. R. Andersen, M. Snoek, S. Eckermann & K. M. Eagar, Health Workforce Australia Expanded Scopes of Practice Program: compendium of data requirements and evaluation tools (Centre for Health Service Development, Australian Health Services Research Institute, Wollongong, Australia, 2012). http://ahsri.uow.edu.au/content/groups/public/@web/@chsd/documents/doc/uow164426.pdf

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The evaluation of the Expanded Scopes of Practice (ESOP) Program is structured to include data collection at the local; sub-project and national leve l. Local projects are responsible for conducting their own project evaluation within the overarching framework of the national evaluation. This means that projects will collect a range of data to support evaluation activities. In some cases this data will be analysed locally and for other evaluation activiti es it will be analysed by the NET. The National Evaluation Team will not finalise the sub-project data analyses until the first quarter of 2014.