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Health care personnel are often placed in the uncomfortable position of being thoroughly knowledgeable about a journal article's content but confused about the statistical techniques used. Sometimes the reader is even unsure as to whether the author's conclusion can be drawn from the data shown:...
—To study the experience of recently published authors with the news media.
—A self-administered questionnaire.
—All first authors of scientific articles published in JAMA and The New England Journal of Medicine during a 6-month period. Of 397 surveyed, 92%...
THE OFFICE of Research Integrity at the National Institutes of Health still may be heard from. But the federal government has decided not to attempt prosecution in one of the nation's most highly publicized recent situations of alleged scientific fraud.
The US attorney involved says he will not...
—To examine prospectively the association between cigarette smoking and the risk of cataract extraction in women.
—Prospective cohort study beginning in 1980 with 8 years of follow-up.
—United States, multistate.
—Registered nurses 45 to 67 years...
To the Editor.
—As a health care professional with more than 20 years' experience in four major American medical centers, I offer the following reflections on violence and health care. American society, perhaps more than any other society in the world, is characterized by its violence. A...
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