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Meta-Analysis: Quantitative Methods for Research Synthesis
Meta-Analysis and Synthesizing Research Combined Tests Measures of Effect Size Examining and Reducing Bias Nonparametric Methods Summary and Conclusions
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Impact of formal continuing medical education: do conferences, workshops, rounds, and other traditional continuing education activities change physician behavior or health care outcomes?
CONTEXT Although physicians report spending a considerable amount of time in continuing medical education (CME) activities, studies have shown a sizable difference between real and ideal performance,Expand
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WORKING CONDITIONS AND ADVERSE PREGNANCY OUTCOME: A META‐ANALYSIS
Objective To evaluate the association between working conditions and adverse pregnancy outcomes by performing a meta-analysis of published studies. Data Sources We searched the English-languageExpand
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The effects of a web-based intervention on the physical outcomes associated with diabetes among adults age 60 and older: a randomized trial.
BACKGROUND The emergence of the World Wide Web in the last decade has made it feasible for the Internet to be a vehicle for chronic disease management. METHODS A randomized controlled trial (n =Expand
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Continuing education meetings and workshops: effects on professional practice and health care outcomes.
BACKGROUND Educational meetings are widely used for continuing medical education. Previous reviews found that interactive workshops resulted in moderately large improvements in professional practice,Expand
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Printed educational materials: effects on professional practice and healthcare outcomes.
BACKGROUND Printed educational materials are widely used passive dissemination strategies to improve the quality of clinical practice and patient outcomes. Traditionally they are presented in paperExpand
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Printed educational materials: effects on professional practice and health care outcomes.
BACKGROUND Printed educational materials (PEMs) are widely used passive dissemination strategies to improve knowledge, awareness, attitudes, skills, professional practice and patient outcomes.Expand
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The Effects of a Web-Based Intervention on Psychosocial Well-Being Among Adults Aged 60 and Older With Diabetes
Purpose The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of a 6-month Web-based intervention on the psychosocial well-being of older adults with diabetes. Methods This study was a randomizedExpand
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Action Potential Onset Dynamics and the Response Speed of Neuronal Populations
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The result of computational operations performed at the single cell level are coded into sequences of action potentials (APs). Expand
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Educational interventions for asthma in children.
BACKGROUND Self-management education programs have been developed for children with asthma, but it is unclear whether such programs improve outcomes. OBJECTIVES To determine the efficacy of asthmaExpand
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