How Do You Know Which Health Care Effectiveness Research You Can Trust? A Guide to Study Design for the Perplexed

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Editor’s Note: The purpose of this Editor’s Choice article is translational in nature. It is intended to illustrate some of the most common examples of potential study bias to help policy makers, journalists, trainees, and the public understand the strengths and weaknesses of various types of health care research and the kinds of study designs that are most… (More)
DOI: 10.5888/pcd12.150187

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@inproceedings{Soumerai2015HowDY, title={How Do You Know Which Health Care Effectiveness Research You Can Trust? A Guide to Study Design for the Perplexed}, author={Stephen B. Soumerai and Douglas Starr and Sumit Ranjan Majumdar}, booktitle={Preventing chronic disease}, year={2015} }