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Jeremy M. Grimshaw spends much of his time researching Health care, Psychological intervention, Health services research, MEDLINE and Evidence-based medicine. The Health care study combines topics in areas such as Nursing, Context, Public relations and Family medicine. His research in Psychological intervention intersects with topics in Meta-analysis, Systematic review and Process management.
The various areas that Jeremy M. Grimshaw examines in his Health services research study include Disease cluster, Health informatics, Health administration and Health policy. In MEDLINE, Jeremy M. Grimshaw works on issues like Statement, which are connected to Preferred reporting items for systematic reviews and meta-analyses. His Evidence-based medicine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nursing research, Clinical decision support system, Guideline, Information Dissemination and Evidence-based practice.
Jeremy M. Grimshaw mostly deals with Psychological intervention, Health care, Nursing, Health services research and Randomized controlled trial. His study on Psychological intervention also encompasses disciplines like
He combines subjects such as Theory of planned behavior and Context with his study of Nursing. His work carried out in the field of Health services research brings together such families of science as Health informatics, Knowledge translation, Health administration and Health policy. His Randomized controlled trial study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Research design, Disease cluster, Physical therapy and Research ethics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Psychological intervention, MEDLINE, Randomized controlled trial, Health care and Systematic review. Jeremy M. Grimshaw has included themes like Intervention, Health services research, Attendance and Family medicine in his Psychological intervention study. His Health services research research includes elements of Risk analysis and Health administration.
Jeremy M. Grimshaw has researched MEDLINE in several fields, including Checklist, Terminology and Intensive care medicine. His research integrates issues of Applied psychology, Behavioural sciences, Government, Public health and Social influence in his study of Health care. His studies deal with areas such as Meta-analysis, Cochrane Library, Guideline, Replicate and Medical education as well as Systematic review.
Psychological intervention, MEDLINE, Randomized controlled trial, Checklist and Intensive care medicine are his primary areas of study. His Psychological intervention study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Health services research, Health care, Risk analysis and Family medicine. His Health services research research includes themes of Best practice, Health policy, Health administration, Dissemination and Scientific evidence.
His biological study focuses on Systematic review. His Randomized controlled trial research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Dialysis solutions, Rehabilitation, Observational study and Blood pressure. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Context, Duration, Meta-analysis, Subgroup analysis and Betacoronavirus.
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The PRISMA 2020 statement: an updated guideline for reporting systematic reviews
Matthew J Page;Joanne E McKenzie;Patrick M Bossuyt;Isabelle Boutron.
Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses: The PRISMA Statement
D Moher;A Liberati;J Tetzlaff;D G Altman.
From best evidence to best practice: effective implementation of change in patients' care
Richard Grol;Jeremy Grimshaw.
Audit and feedback: effects on professional practice and healthcare outcomes
Noah Ivers;Gro Jamtvedt;Signe Flottorp;Jane M Young.
Development of AMSTAR: a measurement tool to assess the methodological quality of systematic reviews
Beverley J Shea;Jeremy M Grimshaw;George A Wells;Maarten Boers.
Strengthening the reporting of genetic association studies (STREGA): an extension of the STROBE statement
Julian Little;Julian P.T. Higgins;John P.A. Ioannidis;John P.A. Ioannidis;David Moher.
Effect of Clinical Guidelines on Medical Practice: A Systematic Review of Rigorous Evaluations
Jeremy M. Grimshaw;Ian T. Russell.
Effectiveness and efficiency of guideline dissemination and implementation strategies
J. Grimshaw;R. Thomas;G. MacLennan;C. Fraser.
Health Technology Assessment (2004)
AGREE II: advancing guideline development, reporting and evaluation in health care
Melissa C. Brouwers;Michelle E. Kho;George P. Browman;Jako S. Burgers.
What is an adequate sample size? Operationalising data saturation for theory-based interview studies
Jill J Francis;Marie Johnston;Clare Robertson;Liz Glidewell.
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