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2017Antibiotics for acute respiratory infections in general practice: Comparison of prescribing rates with guideline recommendationsBritt, Helena; Pollack, Allan; Del Mar, Chris B; Glasziou, Paul; Hansen, Malene Plejdrup; Looke, David; McCullough, Amanda R.; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: MedicineAntibiotics for acute respiratory infections in general practice: Comparison of prescribing rates with guideline recommendations, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.207, 2, 2017,pp 65-69
2016Can consumers learn to ask three questions to improve shared decision making? A feasibility study of the ASK (AskShareKnow) Patient-Clinician Communication Model(®) intervention in a primary health-care settingBarratt, Alexandra; Bateson, Deborah; Butow, Phyllis; Jones, Anna; McGeechan, Kevin; Shepherd, Heather; Trevena, Lyndal; Weisberg, Edith; Carey, Karen; Del Mar, Chris B; Entwistle, Vikki; Epstein, Ronald; School of Public Health: Public Health; Central Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Psychology; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; Psychology; School of Public Health: Public Health; Central Clinical School: Obstetrics & GynaecologyCan consumers learn to ask three questions to improve shared decision making? A feasibility study of the ASK (AskShareKnow) Patient-Clinician Communication Model(®) intervention in a primary health-care setting, Health Expectations, vol.19, 5, 2016,pp 1160-1168
2017Prevalence of incidental breast cancer and precursor lesions in autopsy studies: A systematic review and meta-analysisBarratt, Alexandra; Bell, Katy (Catherine); Del Mar, Chris B; Glasziou, Paul; Thomas, Elizabeth T.; Wright, Gordon; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthPrevalence of incidental breast cancer and precursor lesions in autopsy studies: A systematic review and meta-analysis, BMC Cancer, vol.17, 1, 2017,pp 1-10
2017What's the uptake? Pragmatic RCTs may be used to estimate uptake, and thereby population impact of interventions, but better reporting of trial recruitment processes is neededBell, Katy (Catherine); Del Mar, Chris B; Glasziou, Paul; McCullough, Amanda R.; School of Public Health: Public HealthWhat's the uptake? Pragmatic RCTs may be used to estimate uptake, and thereby population impact of interventions, but better reporting of trial recruitment processes is needed, BMC Medical Research Methodology, vol.17, 1, 2017,pp 1-7