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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A focused prevention program reduced the rate of falls and related injuries in nursing homes Bartlett, Helen
1998
2 1 p. 16-
1 p.
artikel
2 An anti-smoking telephone helpline accelerates smoking cessation Jamrozik, Konrad
1998
2 1 p. 15-
1 p.
artikel
3 A significant increase in the number of young males using contraception was obtained by a cognitive behavioral education program Guillebaud, John
1998
2 1 p. 11-
1 p.
artikel
4 Clinical investigations and statistics in laboratory medicine Moore, Andrew
1998
2 1 p. 28-
1 p.
artikel
5 Editorial Board 1998
2 1 p. ii-
1 p.
artikel
6 Effect of printed educational materials alone is at best small and of uncertain clinical significance in changing the behavior of health care professionals Muir Gray, JA
1998
2 1 p. 24-
1 p.
artikel
7 Elderly and poor, chronically-ill patients treated in Health Maintenance Organizations had worse outcomes than similar patients treated in fee-for-service settings 1998
2 1 p. 6-
1 p.
artikel
8 Elderly disabled people were able to identify priorities for public action to prevent falls Chambers, Larry W.
1998
2 1 p. 13-
1 p.
artikel
9 Having the Chief Executive as a full member of a Hospital Board resulted in better hospital performance Rowand, R. Scott
1998
2 1 p. 21-
1 p.
artikel
10 Health policy and the scientific literature: what kinds of evidence should we expect to find? Melzer, David
1998
2 1 p. 2-3
2 p.
artikel
11 Home visits by nurses before and after birth had beneficial effects for both child and family Hill, Alison
1998
2 1 p. 12-
1 p.
artikel
12 Identifying individuals at increased risk of coronary heart disease has only small effects on mortality in populations Chambers, Larry W.
1998
2 1 p. 14-
1 p.
artikel
13 In only a minority of bids for additional health care spending was it possible to find good evidence Gill, Mike
1998
2 1 p. 10-
1 p.
artikel
14 Letter Donald, Anna
1998
2 1 p. 1-
1 p.
artikel
15 Managed care was more cost-effective than fee-for-service in treating the frail elderly Muir Gray, JA
1998
2 1 p. 19-
1 p.
artikel
16 Management Board and physician leadership increases clinical commitment to quality improvement Homa, Peter
1998
2 1 p. 23-
1 p.
artikel
17 Medical audit gave a falsely reassuring impression of the quality of medical care Earnshaw, Jonothan
1998
2 1 p. 18-
1 p.
artikel
18 Monetary incentives increased participation by adolescent mothers in peer support groups, but had no effect on repeat pregnancy rates James, Marilyn
1998
2 1 p. 17-
1 p.
artikel
19 No difference in outcome or resources used were observed between people with rheumatoid arthritis cared for in Health Maintenance Organizations and pre-paid group practice settings compared with similar people receiving fee-for-service care Lomas, Jonathan
1998
2 1 p. 6-7
2 p.
artikel
20 Patients offered interactive computerized education as a complement to face-to-face consultation had improved health outcomes Entwistle, Vikki
1998
2 1 p. 26-
1 p.
artikel
21 Presence of parents during the performance of painful invasive procedures caused no problems Pearson, Maggie
1998
2 1 p. 25-
1 p.
artikel
22 Psychotropic drugs increase the risk of serious falls among nursing home residents Taylor, Richard C.
1998
2 1 p. 22-
1 p.
artikel
23 Purchasers of health care are capricious in deciding which patients to fund to receive autologous bone marrow transplantation Lilford, R.J.
1998
2 1 p. 9-
1 p.
artikel
24 Relocating people with mild learning disability to integrated community housing may simply replace large institutions with small institutions unless the rights of individuals to make mistakes are recognized Pearson, Maggie
1998
2 1 p. 5-
1 p.
artikel
25 Reporting of isolated violent attacks by people with schizophrenia in the media changes attitudes towards people with mental illness Heginbotham, Christopher
1998
2 1 p. 4-
1 p.
artikel
26 Some health care professionals opposed evidence-based patient choice on the grounds that it would increase anxiety, reduce compliance and create problems for the organization Duley, Lelia
1998
2 1 p. 27-
1 p.
artikel
27 Some of the barriers to evidence-based decision-making can be overcome without additional resources Melzer, David
1998
2 1 p. 8-
1 p.
artikel
28 Use of new bloodstream catheters impregnated with antiseptic or antibiotic reduced infections and could allow cost savings Lees, Peter D.
1998
2 1 p. 20-
1 p.
artikel
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