Books and Book Chapters 2002

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Demicheli V, Jefferson T, Vale L. Effectiveness estimates in economic evaluation. In: Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L, editors. Evidence-based health economics: from effectiveness to efficiency in systematic review. London: BMJ Books; 2002. p. 89-98.

Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L. Using systematic reviews in economic evaluation: the basic principles. In: Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L, editors. Evidence-based health economics: from effectiveness to efficiency in systematic review. London: BMJ Books; 2002. p. 10-24.

Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L, editors.  Evidence-based health economics: from effectiveness to efficiency in systematic review. London: BMJ Books; 2002.

Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L. From effectiveness to efficiency: an introduction to evidence-based health economics. In: Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L, editors. Evidence-based health economics: from effectiveness to efficiency in systematic review. London: BMJ Books; 2002. p. 1-9.

Gray A, Vale L. Economic evaluation for decision-making. In: Scott A, Maynard A, Elliott R, editors. Advances in health economics. Chichester: Wiley Books; 2002.

Grimshaw JM, Shirran L, Thomas RE, Mowatt G, Fraser C, Bero L et al. Changing provider behaviour: an overview of systematic reviews of interventions to promote implementation of research findings by healthcare professionals. In: Haines A, Donald A, editors. Getting research findings into practice. London: BMJ Books; 2nd ed. 2002. p. 29-67.

Hip Fracture Review Group, [Vale L].  Prevention and management of hip fracture in older people: a national clinical guideline. Guideline no. 56. Edinburgh: Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network, Royal College of Physicians; 2002.

Jefferson T, Vale L, Demicheli V. Methodological quality of economic evaluations of health care interventions. In: Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L, editors. Evidence-based health economics: from effectiveness to efficiency in systematic review. London: BMJ Books; 2002. p. 67-88.

NHS Scotland, [Entwistle VA], [O'Donnell M].  Your health care decisions:  do you get a cramp-like pain in your leg when you walk that goes away when you rest? Edinburgh: Scottish Executive; 2002.

NHS Scotland, [Entwistle VA], [O'Donnell M].  Your health care decisions: are they for life?  Anti-epileptic drugs. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive; 2002.

NHS Scotland, [Entwistle VA], [O'Donnell M].  Your health care decisions: getting wise about wisdom teeth. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive; 2002.

Oliver S, Entwistle VA, Hodnett E. Roles for lay people in the implementation of healthcare research. In: Haines A, Donald A, editors. Getting research findings into practice. London: BMJ Books; 2nd ed. 2002. p. 86-94.

Prescott RJ, Counsell CE, Gillespie WJ, Grant AM, Russell IT, Ross S. Improving the quality, number and progress of randomised control trials. In: Duley L, Farrell B, editors. Clinical Trials. London: BMJ Books; 2002. p. 57-71. 

Demicheli V, Jefferson T, Vale L. Effectiveness estimates in economic evaluation. In: Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L, editors. Evidence-based health economics: from effectiveness to efficiency in systematic review. London: BMJ Books; 2002. p. 89-98.

Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L. Using systematic reviews in economic evaluation: the basic principles. In: Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L, editors. Evidence-based health economics: from effectiveness to efficiency in systematic review. London: BMJ Books; 2002. p. 10-24.

Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L, editors.  Evidence-based health economics: from effectiveness to efficiency in systematic review. London: BMJ Books; 2002.

Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L. From effectiveness to efficiency: an introduction to evidence-based health economics. In: Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L, editors. Evidence-based health economics: from effectiveness to efficiency in systematic review. London: BMJ Books; 2002. p. 1-9.

Gray A, Vale L. Economic evaluation for decision-making. In: Scott A, Maynard A, Elliott R, editors. Advances in health economics. Chichester: Wiley Books; 2002.

Grimshaw JM, Shirran L, Thomas RE, Mowatt G, Fraser C, Bero L et al. Changing provider behaviour: an overview of systematic reviews of interventions to promote implementation of research findings by healthcare professionals. In: Haines A, Donald A, editors. Getting research findings into practice. London: BMJ Books; 2nd ed. 2002. p. 29-67.

Hip Fracture Review Group, [Vale L].  Prevention and management of hip fracture in older people: a national clinical guideline. Guideline no. 56. Edinburgh: Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network, Royal College of Physicians; 2002.

Jefferson T, Vale L, Demicheli V. Methodological quality of economic evaluations of health care interventions. In: Donaldson C, Mugford M, Vale L, editors. Evidence-based health economics: from effectiveness to efficiency in systematic review. London: BMJ Books; 2002. p. 67-88.

NHS Scotland, [Entwistle VA], [O'Donnell M].  Your health care decisions:  do you get a cramp-like pain in your leg when you walk that goes away when you rest? Edinburgh: Scottish Executive; 2002.

NHS Scotland, [Entwistle VA], [O'Donnell M].  Your health care decisions: are they for life?  Anti-epileptic drugs. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive; 2002.

NHS Scotland, [Entwistle VA], [O'Donnell M].  Your health care decisions: getting wise about wisdom teeth. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive; 2002.Oliver S, Entwistle VA, Hodnett E. Roles for lay people in the implementation of healthcare research. In: Haines A, Donald A, editors. Getting research findings into practice. London: BMJ Books; 2nd ed. 2002. p. 86-94.

Prescott RJ, Counsell CE, Gillespie WJ, Grant AM, Russell IT, Ross S. Improving the quality, number and progress of randomised control trials. In: Duley L, Farrell B, editors. Clinical Trials. London: BMJ Books; 2002. p. 57-71.