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Wilson S., Draper H., Ives J.
Ethical issues regarding recruitment to research studies within the primary care consultation
Family Practice 25, (2008), 6, 456 | Pubmed

Hueston W.J.
Research Activity in Family Medicine: The "Best of Times" or "Can I Have More, Please"? (Commentary)
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 21, (2008), 1, 4

Sinclair-Lian N., et al,
Practice-based Research Network Membership is Associated with Retention of Clinicians in Underserved Communities: A Research Involving Outpatient Settings Network (RIOS Net) Study
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 21, (2008), 4, 353

Young J., Manea-Walley W., Mor
Practice nurses and research - The Fremantle Primary Prevention study
Australian Family Physician 37, (2008), 6,

Bowman M.A., Neale An.V., Lup
The Medical Home, Health Services, and Clinical Family Medicine Research
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 21, (2008), 5, 367

Rosemann Th.
Forschung in der Hausarztmedizin - epidemiologische Gründe
Primary Care, 8, (2008), 12, 226

Gormley G., et al,
Reporting of research data by GPs: a cautionary tale for primary care researchers
Family Practice 25, (2008), 3, 209 | Pubmed

Reiner M., Petereit D.G.
Community-based Participatory Research; Providers, Patient, and Community in Partnership to Improve Health Disparities
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 21, (2008), 1, 78

Ratnapalan S.
Reflections: Cutting the vagus nerve. Clinical practice and research in medicine
Canadian Family Physician 54, (2008), 5, 748 | Pubmed

Green L.W.
Making research relevant: if it is an evidence-based practice, where's the practice-based evidence?
Family Practice 25, (2008), Suppl. 1, 20 | Pubmed

Heal C.F., Veitch Cr., Preston
Practice based research - Lessons from the field
Australian Family Physician 37, (2008), 5,

Tschudi P.
Forschung in der Hausarztpraxis – Wonca 2009
Primary Care, 8, (2008), 12, 228

Rosemann Th.
Forschen oder beforscht werden?
Primary Care, 8, (2008), 18, 372

Graffy J.
Engaging family practitioners in research: are we getting it right? (Editorial)
Family Practice 25, (2008), 2, 69 | Pubmed

Esler D.M. **
Participatory action research in indigenous health
Australian Family Physician 37, (2008), 6,

Rosemann Th., Steurer J.
Einfluss von Forschungsresultaten auf die medizinische Praxis
Praxis (Schweizerische Rundschau für Medizin) 97, (2008), 25, 1319 | Pubmed

Rust G., Cooper L.
Building a Bridge Between Community-based Participatory Research (CBPR) and Primary Care Practice-based Research (PBR)
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 21, (2008), 1, 79

Hummers-Pradier Ev., et al,
Simply no time? Barriers to GPs' participation in primary health care research
Family Practice 25, (2008), 2, 105 | Pubmed

Wyatt K., et al,
The impact of consumer involvement in research: an evaluation of consumer involvement in the London Primary Care Studies Programme
Family Practice 25, (2008), 3, 154 | Pubmed

KHM
Der Forschungspreis des Kollegiums für Hausarztmedizin (KHM) wird im 2008 zum zweiten Mal vergeben
Primary Care, 8, (2008), 11, 192

Pathman D.E., Viera An.J., New
Research Published in 2003 by U.S. Family Medicine Authors
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 21, (2008), 1, 6

Bowman M.A., Neale An.V.
North American Primary Care Research Group President's Award (Editorial)
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 21, (2008), 1, 1

KHM
KHM-Forschungspreis Hausarztmedizin 2008 (Reminder)
Primary Care, 8, (2008), 1, 2

Schöni M.
Forschung am WONCA-Europe Kongress 2007 in Paris aus Sicht einer Studentin
Primary Care, 8, (2008), 10, 187

Elwood Martin R., et al,
Hypothesis: Healing fostered by research
Canadian Family Physician 54, (2008), 2, 244 | Pubmed

Dormandy El., et al,
Maximising recruitment and retention of general practices in clinical trials: a case study
The British Journal of General Practice 58, (2008), 11, 759 | Pubmed

Askew D., et al, **
Changing GPs' attitudes to research - Do N of 1 trials hold the key?
Australian Family Physician 37, (2008), 7,

KHM
KHM-Forschungspreis Hausarztmedizin 2009
Primary Care, 8, (2008), 16, 322

Ried K., et al,
General practice research training: impact of the Australian Registrar Research Workshop on research skills, confidence, interest and involvement of participants, 2002-2006
Family Practice 25, (2008), 2, 119 | Pubmed

KHM
Die medizinische Grundversorgung braucht Hausarzt-Forscher
Primary Care, 8, (2008), 3, 36