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Developing Information Materials to Present the Findings of Technology Assessments to Consumers: The Experience of the NHS Centre for Reviews and Dissemination

  • Vikki A. Entwistle (a1), Ian S. Watt (a1), Hilary Davis (a2), Rumona Dickson (a3), Diane Pickard (a4) and Jilly Rosser (a5)...
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We discuss some of the issues that have arisen during the development and introduction into practice of information materials for health professionals and patients that aim to promote clinical effectiveness and informed patient participation in clinical decision making.

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