Response to: Comment on ‘How do paper and electronic records compare for completeness? A three centre study’

@article{Wu2019ResponseTC,
  title={Response to: Comment on ‘How do paper and electronic records compare for completeness? A three centre study’},
  author={Clara Hoi Ka Wu and Sheila Luk and Richard L. Holder and Zena Rodrigues and Faisal Ahmed and Ian E Murdoch},
  journal={Eye},
  year={2019},
  pages={1}
}
1. We sampled the data over three sites with two different EPR systems as we believe this reduced the bias of analysis based on a specific EPR. 2. Data collection was over period of time that allowed staff training and familiarisation of the systems as they were being introduced. 3. Our Table 1 showed the results of both EPR systems separately and combined together to allow readers to interpret the data in detail independently. For the Moorfields City Road data, we identified the samples of new… CONTINUE READING

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