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Bailey J.
First steps in qualitative data analysis: transcribing
Family Practice 25, (2008), 2, 127 | Pubmed

Suss R.
Hypothesis: Do Lego guns cause crime? A light-hearted review of case-control, cohort, and RCT study designs
Canadian Family Physician 54, (2008), 11, 1635 | Pubmed

Galliher J.M., et al, **
Data Collection Outcomes Comparing Paper Forms With PDA Forms in an Office-Based Patient Survey
Annals of Family Medicine 6, (2008), 2, 154 | Pubmed

Grava-Gubihs In., Scott S.
Effects of various methodologic strategies. Survey response rates among Canadian physicians and physicians-in-training
Canadian Family Physician 54, (2008), 10, 1424 | Pubmed

Bowman M.A., Neale An.V., Lup
Record-Setting Usage and New Technological Opportunities
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 21, (2008), 3, 177

Koschack J.
Standardabweichung und Standardfehler: der kleine, aber feine Unterschied
Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 84, (2008), 6, 258

Moore A., McQuay H.J.
Was ist die Number Needed to Treat (NNT)?
Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 84, (2008), 4, 161

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Correction to "The 'Measuring Outcomes of Clinical Connectivity' (MOCC) Trial: Investigating Data Entry Errors in the Electronic Primary Care Research Network (ePCRN)"
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 20, (2007), 3, 327

Eichler K., Bachmann L.M.
Studiendesigns
Therapeutische Umschau 64, (2007), 12, 679 | Pubmed

Bas H.
Editorial:Statistik und Menschenverstand
Ars Medici 97, (2007), 2, 41

Puhan M.A., Klaghofer R.
Was soll ich messen? Bestimmen einer Zielgröße für klinische Studien
Therapeutische Umschau 64, (2007), 12, 667 | Pubmed

Stange K.C. **
Hypotheses and Questions
Annals of Family Medicine 5, (2007), 6, 561

Bachmann L.M.
Elemente einer Studie
Therapeutische Umschau 64, (2007), 12, 663 | Pubmed

Eldridge S.
Good practice in statistical reporting for Family Practice (editorial)
Family Practice 24, (2007), 2, 93 | Pubmed

Bower P., Wilson S., Mathers N
Short report: How often do UK primary care trials face recruitment delays?
Family Practice 24, (2007), 6, 601 | Pubmed

Klaghofer R., Puhan M.A.
Wie soll ich messen? Operationalisierung von patienten-orientierten Zielgrößen in klinischen Studien
Therapeutische Umschau 64, (2007), 12, 673 | Pubmed

Suss R.
Hypothesis: Sensitivity and specificity: alien edition. A light-hearted look at statistics
Canadian Family Physician 53, (2007), 10, 1743 | Pubmed

Patricia Fontaine P., et al,
The "Measuring Outcomes of Clinical Connectivity" (MOCC) Trial: Investigating Data Entry Errors in the Electronic Primary Care Research Network (ePCRN)
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 20, (2007), 2, 151

Nelson P., Adamson As., Moore
Conducting randomised controlled trials in primary care: lessons from an obesity trial
The British Journal of General Practice 56, (2006), 9, 674 | Pubmed

Coar L., Sim J.
Interviewing one's peers: methodological issues in a study of health professionals
Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care 24, (2006), 4, 251 | Pubmed

Ried K. **
Interpreting and understanding meta-analysis graphs - A practical guide
Australian Family Physician 35, (2006), 8,

Vandenesch J., Baum E.
Standard operating procedures „SOPss“ für Interviews . eine Hilfe in der qualitativen Forschung
Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 82, (2006), 4, 185

Murphy An.W., Esterman Ad., Pi
Cluster randomized controlled trials in primary care: An introduction
The European Journal of General Practice 12, (2006), 2, 70 | Pubmed

Dawes M., Delaney Br. **
Review articles on research methods for family practice researchers (Editorial)
Family Practice 23, (2006), 5, 489

Andén A., Andersson, S.-O., Ru
Concepts underlying outcome measures in studies of consultations in general practice
Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care 24, (2006), 4, 218 | Pubmed

Perrier A.
Interpretationsgrundlagen für diagnostische Tests
Praxis (Schweizerische Rundschau für Medizin) 94, (2005), 14, 555 | Pubmed

Nendaz M.
Die Wirksamkeit einer Behandlung: Absolutes und relatives Risiko, Anzahl zu behandelnder Patienten
Praxis (Schweizerische Rundschau für Medizin) 94, (2005), 14, 553 | Pubmed

Wendt-Hermainski H., et al,
Was muss beim Datenmanagement bei einer klinischen Studie beachtet werden? - Gute Forschungspraxis in der Allgemeinmedizin - am Beispiel der PRoMPT-Studie
Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 81, (2005), 12, 565

Subak S., et al,
Motivational interviewing: a systematic review and meta-analysis
The British Journal of General Practice 55, (2005), 4, 305 | Pubmed

Dunkelberg, S.
Wie gut ist eine qualitative Studie? 10 hilfreiche Fragen für den Leser von Aufsätzen
Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 81, (2005), 6, 248