Bringing it all together for the benefit of patients and the public

Improving reports of research and preparing and updating systematic reviews of reliable studies are essential foundations of effective health care.


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4.0 Bringing it all together for the benefit of patients and the public

Research for the right reasons: blueprint for a better future

 

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Hippocrates (5th Century BCE)
Ancient Medicine. In: Littré MPE (1839). Oeuvres complètes d’Hippocrate, vol 1. Traduction nouvelle avec le texte grec en regard, collationé sur les manuscrits et toutes les éditions; accompagnée d’une introduction, de commentaries medicaux, de variants et de notes philologiques; suivie d’ une table générale des matières. Paris: J-B Bailliere, p 572.

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Bacon F (1626)
The New Atlantis. Republished in: Rawley W (1685). Sylva Sylvarum: or a natural history in ten centuries. Written by the Right Honorable Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount Sr. Albans. Eleventh edition. London: Printed for B Griffin.

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Jurin J (1724)
A letter to the learned Dr. Caleb Cotesworth, F. R. S. of the College of Physicians, London, and physician to St. Thomas's Hospital; containing a comparison between the danger of the natural small pox, and that given by inoculation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (1722 - 1723), 32:213-227.

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Ludwig CG (1752)
Commentarii de rebus scientia naturali et medicina gestis [Commentaries on achievements in the natural sciences and medicine] Vol.1, Part 1. Leipzig: Frederick Gleditsch.

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Lind J (1753)
A treatise of the scurvy. In three parts. Containing an inquiry into the nature, causes and cure, of that disease. Together with a critical and chronological view of what has been published on the subject. Edinburgh: Printed by Sands, Murray and Cochran for A Kincaid and A Donaldson.

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Duncan A (1773)
Medical and Philosophical Commentaries. Volume First, Part I. London: J Murray.

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Haygarth J (1784)
An inquiry into how to prevent smallpox. Chester and London.

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Sims RC (1791)
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Haygarth J (1793)
Sketch of a plan to exterminate the casual smallpox from Great Britain; and to introduce general inoculation. London: J Johnson

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de Villalba J (1802)
Epidemiología Española. Madrid: D Fermin Villalpando.

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Warren J (1812)
Remarks on Angina Pectoris. New England Journal Medicine & Surgery 1:1-11.

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Billings JS (1881)
An Address on our Medical Literature. BMJ 2:262–268.

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Rayleigh, The Lord (1885)
Address by the Rt. Hon. Lord Rayleigh. In: Report of the fifty-fourth meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science; held at Montreal in August and September 1884. London: John Murray: 3-23.

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Goldberger J (1907)
Typhoid "bacillus carriers". In: Rosenau MJ, Lumsden LL, Kastle JH. Report on the origin and prevalence of typhoid fever in the District of Columbia. Hygienic Laboratory, Bulletin No 35, pp 167-174.

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Codman EA (1916)
A study in hospital efficiency. Boston: privately printed.

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Greenwood M (1924)
Is the statistical method of any value in medical research? Lancet 2: 153-158.

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De Quervain JF (1930)
Zusammenfassung der Ergebnisse der schweizerischen Sammelstatistik über Brustkrebs von 1911-1915. [Summary of the results of the aggregated Swiss hospital statistics on breast cancer from 1911-1915]. Bern-Berlin: Huber.

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Wistar Institute (1934)
Style brief, a guide for authors in preparing manuscripts and drawings for the most effective and economical method of publishing biological research. Philadelphia: The Wistar Institute Press.

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Greenwood M (1934)
Epidemics and crowd-diseases. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Mainland D (1938)
The treatment of clinical and laboratory data: an introduction to statistical ideas and methods for medical and dental workers. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd.

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