The diabetes audit and research in Tayside Scotland (DARTS) study: electronic record linkage to create a diabetes register. DARTS/MEMO Collaboration.

@article{Morris1997TheDA,
  title={The diabetes audit and research in Tayside Scotland (DARTS) study: electronic record linkage to create a diabetes register. DARTS/MEMO Collaboration.},
  author={Andrew D. Morris and Douglas I R Boyle and R R Macalpine and Alistair M Emslie-Smith and Roland T. Jung and Richard Newton and Thomas M Macdonald},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={1997},
  volume={315 7107},
  pages={
          524-8
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To identify all patients with diabetes in a community using electronic record linkage of multiple data sources and to compare this method of case ascertainment with registers of diabetic patients derived from primary care. DESIGN Electronic capture-recapture linkage of records included data on all patients attending hospital diabetes clinics, all encashed prescriptions for diabetes related drugs and monitoring equipment, all patients discharged from hospital, patients attending a… CONTINUE READING
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