Interpreting hazards: the increasing importance of "antidote to anecdote" in managed care.

Abstract

A September 2009 report commissioned by a British biscuit manufacturer identified the dangers of a seemingly harmless activity in which citizens of the United Kingdom (UK) engage on a daily basis—English tea time. The report was based on a “national survey” of more than 1,000 UK residents selected and queried about their tea time habits using an unreported… (More)

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@article{Fairman2010InterpretingHT, title={Interpreting hazards: the increasing importance of "antidote to anecdote" in managed care.}, author={Kathleen A. Fairman}, journal={Journal of managed care pharmacy : JMCP}, year={2010}, volume={16 2}, pages={134-40} }