A Cluster Randomized Clinical Trial to Improve Prescribing Patterns in Ambulatory Pediatrics

@article{Davis2007ACR,
  title={A Cluster Randomized Clinical Trial to Improve Prescribing Patterns in Ambulatory Pediatrics},
  author={R. Davis and J. Wright and Francie Chalmers and Linda M Levenson and Julie C. S. Brown and P. Lozano and D. Christakis},
  journal={PLoS Clinical Trials},
  year={2007},
  volume={2}
}
Objectives: Having shown previously that an electronic prescription writer and decision support system improved pediatric prescribing behavior for otitis media in an academic clinic setting, we assessed whether point-of-care delivery of evidence could demonstrate similar effects for a wide range of other common pediatric conditions. Design: Cluster randomized controlled trial. Setting: A teaching clinic/clinical practice site and a primary care pediatric clinic serving a rural and semi-urban… Expand
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