Did the evidence-based intervention (EBI) programme reduce inappropriate procedures, lessen unwarranted variation or lead to spill-over effects in the National Health Service?

Joel Glynn*, Timothy Jones, Mike Bell, Jane Blazeby, Christopher Burton, Carmel Conefrey, Jenny l. Donovan, Nicola Farrar, Josie Morley, Angus Mcnair, Amanda Owen-Smith, Ellen Rule, Gail Thornton, Victoria Tucker, Iestyn Williams, Leila Rooshenas, William Hollingworth

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