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Randomised controlled trials in primary care: case study.

Abstract:

All trials require a compromise between including sufficient practitioners to recruit a representative cohort of patients and the time and cost of recruiting and maintaining the motivation of these practitioners. Prior beliefs relating to the efficacy and direct or side effects of an intervention affect both doctor and patient participation. Trials in any setting are rarely fully representative with respect to both patient and disease related characteristics. Modelling, sensitivity, analysis,...

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10.1136/bmj.321.7252.24

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Delaney, BC More by this author
Roberts, L More by this author
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Journal:
BMJ (Clinical research ed.)
Volume:
321
Issue:
7252
Pages:
24-27
Publication date:
2000-07-05
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EISSN:
1756-1833
ISSN:
0959-8138
URN:
uuid:8b6f00d7-3052-4928-9450-4f2a90808bdc
Source identifiers:
222996
Local pid:
pubs:222996

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