Content and Context of a Research Registry for Community-Based Research

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There is a dearth of evidence relative to the identification and the variability between the prevalence of chronic conditions in the greater geographic community and the prevalence of these chronic conditions reported through community-based primary care practices. Described is the content and context of a research registry and the variation in panels given… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10900-008-9089-5

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@article{Janosky2008ContentAC, title={Content and Context of a Research Registry for Community-Based Research}, author={Janine E. Janosky and Susan B. Laird and Qing Sun}, journal={Journal of Community Health}, year={2008}, volume={33}, pages={270-278} }