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Title: A pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial to evaluate the safety, clinical effectiveness, cost effectiveness and satisfaction with point of care testing in a general practice setting rationale, design and baseline characteristics.
Authors: Laurence, Caroline O
Gill, Janice P
Yelland, Lisa
Ryan, Philip
Shephard, Mark Douglas
Bubner, Tanya
Willson, Kristyn
Glastonbury, Briony
Beilby, Justin
Gialamas, Angela
Issue Date: 2008
Citation: Laurence, C.O., Gialamas, A., Yelland, L., Bubner, T., Ryan, P., Willson, K., Glastonbury, B., Gill, J., Shephard, M.D., & Beilby, J.J., 2008. A pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial to evaluate the safety, clinical effectiveness, cost effectiveness and satisfaction with point of care testing in a general practice setting rationale, design and baseline characteristics. Trials, 9(50).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/10443
ISSN: 1745-6215
Appears in Collections:Point-of-Care Testing Collected Works
1103 - Clinical Sciences

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