In good health: assessing the impact of volunteering in the NHS

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Teasdale, Simon
Date of publication
1 July 2008
Volunteering, Health Services, Employment
Social welfare
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This project was designed to test how best to apply the Institute of Volunteering Research Volunteering Impact Assessment Toolkit (VIAT) within the NHS. VIAT has been developed to help organisations assess the whether volunteers improve their value. It provides model questionnaires and focus group structures which were adapted and expanded to suit these pilot studies.

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