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Author:Grimshaw Jeremy , Castel Josette ...
Data Source:[J].BMC Family Practice(IF 1.609), 2011, Vol.12 (1), pp.3DOAJ
Abstract:Abstract Background To explore ways to reduce the overuse of antibiotics for acute respiratory infections (ARIs), we conducted a pilot clustered randomized controlled trial (RCT) to evaluate DECISION+, a training program in shared decision making (SDM) for family physicians ...
Author:Grimshaw Jeremy , Dickersin Kay ...
Data Source:[J].Trials(IF 2.206), 2010, Vol.11 (1), pp.45DOAJ
Abstract:Abstract Editors from a number of medical journals lay out principles for journals considering publication of Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER). In order to encourage dissemination of this editorial, this article is freely available in PLoS Medicine and will be also publis...
Author:Grimshaw Jeremy , Chan An-Wen ...
Data Source:[J].Trials(IF 2.206), 2009, Vol.10 (1), pp.56DOAJ
Abstract:Abstract Background Since September 2005 the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors has required that trials be registered in accordance with the World Health Organization (WHO) minimum dataset, in order to be considered for publication. The objective is to evalu...
Author:Grimshaw Jeremy , Belle Brown Judith ...
Data Source:[J].Trials(IF 2.206), 2009, Vol.10 (1), pp.61DOAJ
Abstract:Abstract Background Cluster randomized trials are an increasingly important methodological tool in health research. In cluster randomized trials, intact social units or groups of individuals, such as medical practices, schools, or entire communities – rather than individual ...
Author:Grimshaw Jeremy , Brehaut Jamie ...
Data Source:[J].BMC Medical Research Methodology(IF 2.211), 2010, Vol.10 (1), pp.15DOAJ
Abstract:Abstract Background Cluster randomized trials (CRTs) present unique methodological and ethical challenges. Researchers conducting systematic reviews of CRTs (e.g., addressing methodological or ethical issues) require efficient electronic search strategies (filters or hedges) to i...
Author:Grimshaw Jeremy , Johnston Marie ...
Data Source:[J].BMC Health Services Research(IF 1.773), 2003, Vol.3 (1), pp.22DOAJ
Abstract:Abstract Background Biomedical research constantly produces new findings but these are not routinely translated into health care practice. One way to address this problem is to develop effective interventions to translate research findings into practice. Currently a range of empi...
Author:Grimshaw Jeremy , Piaggio Gilda ...
Data Source:[J].BMC Medical Research Methodology(IF 2.211), 2004, Vol.4 (1), pp.2DOAJ
Abstract:Abstract Background Effective strategies for implementing best practices in low and middle income countries are needed. RHL is an annually updated electronic publication containing Cochrane systematic reviews, commentaries and practical recommendations on how to implement evidenc...
Author:Campbell Marion , Grimshaw Jeremy , Elbourne Diana
Data Source:[J].BMC Medical Research Methodology(IF 2.211), 2004, Vol.4 (1), pp.9DOAJ
Abstract:Abstract Background Increasingly, researchers are recognizing that there are many situations where the use of a cluster randomized trial may be more appropriate than an individually randomized trial. Similarly, the need for appropriate standards of reporting of cluster trial...
Author:... Sargeant Joan , Grimshaw Jeremy , Godin Gaston
Data Source:[J].Implementation Science(IF 2.372), 2011, Vol.6 (1), pp.17DOAJ
Abstract:Abstract Background Continuing professional development (CPD) is one of the principal means by which health professionals (i.e. primary care physicians and specialists) maintain, improve, and broaden the knowledge and skills required for optimal patient care and safety. However, ...
Author:... Gagnon Marie-Pierre , Grimshaw Jeremy , Légaré France
Data Source:[J].Implementation Science(IF 2.372), 2011, Vol.6 (1), pp.3DOAJ
Abstract:Abstract Background In North America, acute respiratory infections are the main reason for doctors' visits in primary care. Family physicians and their patients overuse antibiotics for treating acute respiratory infections. In a pilot clustered randomized trial, we showed that DE...

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