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• Introduction to health information on the Web • How many people are using the Web for health information? • What is the quality of information there? • How can we (and our patients) judge quality reliably?
OBJECTIVES To see whether telling peer reviewers that their signed reviews of original research papers might be posted on the BMJ's website would affect the quality of their reviews. DESIGN Randomised controlled trial. SETTING A large international general medical journal based in the United Kingdom. PARTICIPANTS 541 authors, 471 peer reviewers, and… (More)