of the guidelines that are produced are reflected especially in the methods used and in the costs; generally, costs for producing authoritative guidelines are higher than many experts originally anticipate, owing in large measure to the attention directed to a definitive review and analysis of the literature.
This report now moves on to issues of implementation. It returns, however, in Chapter 7 to reconsider development in the light of what has been learned about implementation and surrounding policy issues.
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