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Estimating the marginal value of 'better' research output: 'designed' versus 'routine' data in randomised controlled trials / David Cohen, Mirella F Longo, John Williams, Ivy Cheung, Hayley Hutchings, I.T Russell
Health Economics, Volume: 12, Issue: 11, Pages: 959 - 974
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Estimating the marginal value of 'better' research output: 'designed' versus 'routine' data in randomised controlled trials
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This is part of a HTA-funded research project replicating four RCTs using routine data, which informed papers to UKCRC Board and was quoted in BMJ leaders. Use of routine data for research is now a key element of UKCRC and CfH strategic directions. Role: methodologist, study design, data analysis, co-grant-holder.
Swansea University Medical School