Haematologists in district general hospitals practise evidence based medicine      
[Haemostatic assessment of the preoperative risk of bleeding: comparison of the guidelines of NICE and of the Italian Society for Thrombosis and Haemostasis (SISET: Societa Italiana per lo Studio dell'Emostasi e Trombosi)]      
The half century of clinical trials of the National Surgical Adjuvant Breast And Bowel Project      
Half-dead or half-alive? Which way should events be coded for meta-analyses of risk ratios?      
Haloperidol dose when used as active comparator in randomized controlled trials with atypical antipsychotics in schizophrenia: comparison with officially recommended doses.      
[Hand searching for controlled clinical trials in German surgical journals. A contribution to evidence-based surgery]      
Hand searching of Finnish medical journals [abstract]      
Hand searching the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health as part of the Cochrane Collaboration      
The Handbook of Research Synthesis      
The handbook of research synthesis.      
Handheld computers for data entry: high tech has its problems too.      
Handling drop-out in longitudinal clinical trials: a comparison of the LOCF and MMRM approaches.      
Handling missing data in survey research      
Handling nonresponse in surveys: analytic corrections compared with converting nonresponders      
The handling of evidence in systematic reviews of vaccines safety: methodological issues [abstract]      
Handling of patient dropouts in trials measuring long-term survival [abstract]      
Handling plagiarism at the manuscript editor's desk      
Handling scientific fraud. Prospective registration of health care research would help      
Handling uncertainty in economic evaluations of patient level data: a review of the use of Bayesian methods to inform health technology assessments      
Handling uncertainty when performing economic evaluation of healthcare interventions      
Handsearch and electronic search projects in Japan [abstract]      
Handsearching: an old strategy in the era of the information [abstract]      
Handsearching for 'buried' randomized trials in Bahrain medical journals [abstract]      
[Handsearching for randomized controlled clinical trials in German medical journals]      
Handsearching for reports of diagnostic test accuracy studies: adding to the evidence base. Oral presentation at the Joint Cochrane and Campbell Colloquium; 2010 Oct 18-22; Keystone, Colorado, USA [abstract]      
The handsearching of 2 medical journals of Bahrain for reports of randomized controlled trials.      
Handsearching respiratory conference abstracts: a comparison with abstracts identified by an EMBASE search. Poster presentation at the 19th Cochrane Colloquium; 2011 Oct 19-22; Madrid, Spain [abstract]      
Handsearching the EMHJ for reports of randomized controlled trials by U.K. Cochrane Centre (Bahrain).      
Handsearching the Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps for trials      
Handsearching the Journal of the Royal Naval Medical Service for Trials      
Handsearching versus electronic searching to identify reports of randomized trials      
Hans Seyle, "the father of stress" and tobacco industry funding of research into stress and health [abstract]      
The harvest plot: a method for synthesising evidence about the differential effects of interventions.      
Has behavior therapy drifted from its experimental roots? A survey of publication trends in mainstream behavioral journals.      
Has CONSORT improved the reporting of randomized controlled trials in the palliative care literature? A systematic review. [Review]      
Has demand for clinical trial participants outpaced supply?      
Has demand outpaced supply for clinical trial participants? [abstract]      
Has evidence changed practice?: Appropriateness of carotid endarterectomy after the clinical trials.      
Has general practitioner computing made a difference to patient care? A systematic review of published reports      
Has reporting on informed consent, ethical approval, competing interest, and financial support been improved in randomized controlled trial articles in three Chinese medical journals? [abstract]      
Has the Argentine financial crisis changed the minds of health decision makers?: A qualitative study to explore the influence of Health Technology Assessment (HTA) on resource allocation decision-making [abstract]      
Has the quality of health-related quality of life reporting in cancer clinical trials improved over time? Towards bridging the gap with clinical decision making.      
Have last-observation-carried-forward analyses caused us to favour more toxic dementia therapies over less toxic alternatives? A systematic review      
Have the results of randomized clinical trials of pacing altered the practice of cardiac pacing?      
Have you ever meta-analysis you didn't like?      
The Hawthorne Effect: a reconsideration of the methodological artifact.      
The hazards of extracting hazard ratios from survival curves for meta-analyses in observational studies. Poster presentation at the 19th Cochrane Colloquium; 2011 Oct 19-22; Madrid, Spain [abstract]      
The hazards of scoring the quality of clinical trials for meta-analysis      
The hazards of scoring the quality of clinical trials: lessons for systematic reviews [abstract]      
HEAL: an instructional design model applied to an online clerkship in family medicine      
Health advocacy organizations and the pharmaceutical industry: an analysis of disclosure practices      
Health care CBA and CEA from 1991 to 1996: an updated bibliography      
Health care CBA/CEA: an update on the growth and composition of the literature      
Health disparities among vulnerable populations: evolution of knowledge over five decades in Nursing Research publications      
Health economic evaluations alongside clinical trials: a review of study protocols at the Swedish Medical Products Agency      
Health economic evaluations: how to find them      
Health economic evaluations: the special case of end-stage renal disease treatment      
Health economic reviews. Are they compiled systematically?      
Health education interventions in developing countries: a methodological review of published articles      
HEALTH GeoJunction: place-time-concept browsing of health publications      
The Health Informatics Trial Enhancement Project (HITE): using routinely collected primary care data to identify potential participants for a depression trial      
Health information: an evaluation of the use of touch screen kiosks in two hospitals      
Health information multitype library reference referral networking: panacea for the '90s      
Health information on the internet and people living with HIV/AIDS: information evaluation and coping styles.      
Health information on the Internet: is quality a problem?      
Health information-seeking behaviors, health indicators, and health risks      
Health information seeking on the Internet: a double divide? Results from a representative survey in the Paris metropolitan area, France, 2005-2006      
Health interview surveys in developing countries: a review of the methods and results      
Health literacy: an exploratory bibliometric analysis, 1997-2007      
Health literacy and the World Wide Web: comparing the readability of leading incident cancers on the Internet      
Health observation compared to health reporting: findings from a pilot study in Florence      
Health on the Web: an examination of health content and mobilising information on local television websites      
Health policy - does research matter? [abstract]      
Health policy-makers' perceptions of their use of evidence: a systematic review. [Review]      
Health professional and consumer views on involving breast cancer patients in the multidisciplinary discussion of their disease and treatment plan.      
Health professionals' and service users' interpretation of screening test results: experimental study.      
Health promotion, public health and the health of young people: a systematic map of inequalities research [abstract]      
Health-related Internet use by patients with somatic diseases: frequency of use and characteristics of users      
Health-related quality of life a primary endpoint in evidence based review: the asthma/COPD example The Study Group on Treatment of Asthma and COPD      
Health-related quality of life assessment in adult haemophilia patients: a systematic review and evaluation of instruments. [Review]      
Health-related quality of life assessment in adult hemophilia patients: a review and evaluation of existing instruments [abstract]      
Health-related quality of life assessment in randomised controlled trials in multiple myeloma: a critical review of methodology and impact on treatment recommendations      
Health-related quality of life in economic evaluations for osteoporosis: whose values should we use?      
Health-related quality of life in non-small-cell lung cancer: methodologic issues in randomized controlled trials. [Review]      
Health related quality of life in ovarian carcinoma: methodological issues in randomised controlled trials. Poster presentation at the 16th Cochrane Colloquium: Evidence in the era of globalisation; 2008 Oct 3-7; Freiburg, Germany [abstract]      
Health related quality of life in Parkinson's disease: a systematic review of disease specific instruments      
Health-related quality of life in patients with advanced prostate cancer: a multinational perspective.      
Health related quality of life in prostate carcinoma patients: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials. [Review]      
A health-related quality of life measure in patients with deep vein thrombosis: a validation study.      
Health-related quality of life measurement in heart failure: challenges for the new millennium.      
Health-related quality-of-life measurement in hypertension. A review of randomised controlled drug trials.      
Health-related quality-of-life measurement in randomized clinical trials in breast cancer--taking stock. [Review]      
Health-related quality of life measurement in randomized clinical trials in surgical oncology.      
Health related quality of life outcomes in cancer clinical trials.      
Health-related quality-of-life studies of the National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group      
Health-related searches on the Internet      
Health-related services on the internet.      
Health researchers' views of ethics committee functioning in New Zealand      
Health service research and evidence based practice: Mind the gap: use of evidence in commentaries on MMR in professional journals (1988-2007) [abstract]      
Health services research in Australia: an investigation of its current status.      
Health services research in Europe and its use for informing policy      
Health services research related to chiropractic: review and recommendations for research prioritization by the chiropractic profession      
The health status of nonparticipants in a population-based health study: the Hordaland Health Study      
Health surveys in the workplace: comparison of postal, email and World Wide Web methods      
Health technology appraisal of interventional procedures: comparison of rapid and slow methods      
Health technology assessment agencies and setting priorities in health technology assessment [abstract]      
Health technology assessment: an overview of methods for assessing, applying and presenting the evidence      
Health technology assessment and advances in lung and breast cancer chemotherapy: time to take stock of the value of quality-of-life studies [abstract]      
The Health Technology Assessment-disease management instrument reliably measured methodologic quality of health technology assessments of disease management      
Health technology assessment for resource allocation decisions: are key principles relevant for Latin America?      
Health technology assessment in a randomized trial with blind and non-blind sub-trials [abstract]      
Health technology assessment in Denmark: strategy, implementation, and developments      
Health technology assessment in social care: a case study of randomized controlled trial retrieval.      
Health technology assessment: research trends and future priorities in Europe      
Health technology assessment use and dissemination by patient and consumer groups: why and how?      
Health utilities using the EQ-5D in studies of cancer      
Healthy participants in phase I clinical trials: the quality of their decision to take part.      
The healthy responder phenomenon in non-randomized clinical trials. CAST Investigators      
Healthy volunteer effect in industrial workers      
Healthy women's motivators and barriers to participation in a breast cancer cohort study: a qualitative study      
Heart failure treatment with angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors in hospitalized Medicare patients in 10 large states. The Large State Peer Review Organization Consortium [see comments]      
HEE-GER: a systematic review of German economic evaluations of health care published 1990-2004. [Review]      
Heightened attention to medical privacy: challenges for unbiased sample recruitment and a possible solution      
Helicobacter pylori infection treatment of nonulcer dyspepsia: an analysis of meta-analyses.      
"Hello, hello - it's English I speak!": a qualitative exploration of patients' understanding of the science of clinical trials.      
Helping doctors to draw appropriate inferences from the analysis of medical studies      
Helping general practitioners to keep up with the literature: evaluation of an RCGP initiative.      
Helping patients access high quality health information.      
HEpiMA: software for the identification of heterogeneity in meta-analysis      
[Herbal CONSORT statement and standardization of reporting traditional Chinese drug trials]      
Herbal medicines today and the roots of modern pharmacology.      
Herbal remedy clinical trials in the media: a comparison with the coverage of conventional pharmaceuticals.      
''Here's a good idea for a health technology assessment...'' - an analysis of health technology assessment topics proposed to The Health Technology Board for Scotland.      
Heterogeneity across studies - a review of the systematic reviews in the infectious disease module [abstract]      
[Heterogeneity analysis of systematic reviews on Traditional Chinese Medicine]      
Heterogeneity and statistical significance in meta-analysis: an empirical study of 125 meta-analyses      
Heterogeneity estimates fluctuate according to the number of pooled trials. Poster presentation at the 17th Cochrane Colloquium; 2009 Oct 11-14, Singapore [abstract]      
Heterogeneity in disease free survival between centers: lessons learned from an EORTC breast cancer trial.      
Heterogeneity in meta-analyses of genome-wide association investigations.      
Heterogeneity in meta-analysis: misconceiving I2. Oral presentation at the 16th Cochrane Colloquium: Evidence in the era of globalisation; 2008 Oct 3-7; Freiburg, Germany [abstract]      
Heterogeneity in meta-analysis of data from epidemiologic studies: a commentary [see comments]      
Heterogeneity in rheumatoid arthritis radiographic trials. Issues to consider in a metaanalysis: an OMERACT Imaging Task Force Workshop, San Diego, California, USA. November 7, 1998.      
Heterogeneity in survival analysis      
Heterogeneity in systematic reviews of diagnostic studies [abstract]      
Heterogeneity in systematic reviews of diagnostic studies [abstract]      
Heterogeneity in systematic reviews on spinal surgery: a meta-epidemiological study. Poster presentation at the 19th Cochrane Colloquium; 2011 Oct 19-22; Madrid, Spain [abstract]      
Heterogeneity, influence and sensitivity analyses in meta-analysis studies - it matters: a case study of trichloroethylene and cancer [abstract]      
Heterogeneity of study designs: combining parallel and crossover trials      
Heterogeneity of the baseline risk within patient populations of clinical trials: a proposed evaluation algorithm      
Heterogeneity sample size correction factor for meta-analyses [abstract]      
Heterogeneous views on heterogeneity      
Hidden bias in the use of archival data      
Hidden conflicts of interests in meta-analyses of pharmacological treatments. Poster presentation at the Joint Cochrane and Campbell Colloquium; 2010 Oct 18-22; Keystone, Colorado, USA [abstract]      
Hidden evidence to the West: multicentre, randomised, controlled trials in sepsis and systemic inflammatory response syndrome in Japanese journals.      
The hidden research paper      
Hide and seek! Looking for studies included and (missing) links to other versions [abstract]      
Hierarchical bibliometry: a new objective measure of individual scientific performance to replace publication counts and to complement citation measures      
Hierarchical models for combining information and for meta-analyses      
Hierarchical models in generalized synthesis of evidence: an example based on studies of breast cancer screening      
A hierarchical outcomes approach to test assessment      
A hierarchical regression approach to meta-analysis of diagnostic test accuracy evaluations.      
Hierarchical word clustering - automatic thesaurus generation      
[Hierarchies according to the level of evidence of source data, before their integration in the synthesis, in the matter of therapeutic efficacy]      
Hierarchy of evidence: a framework for ranking evidence evaluating healthcare interventions. [Review]      
Hierarchy of evidence: differences in results between non-randomized studies and randomized trials in patients with femoral neck fractures.      
A hierarchy of evidence for assessing qualitative health research.      
The hierarchy of quality-of-life assessment, the Health Assessment Questionnaire (HAQ), and issues mandating development of a toxicity index      
High agreement but low kappa: I. The problems of two paradoxes      
High agreement but low kappa: II. Resolving the paradoxes      
High dropout rates in trials included in Cochrane reviews [abstract]      
High impact collaborations: examples from the Cochrane HIV/AIDS group. Poster presentation at the 19th Cochrane Colloquium; 2011 Oct 19-22; Madrid, Spain [abstract]      
High-impact-factor journals offer limited guidance to authors reporting survey research [abstract]      
High mortality without ESCAPE: the registry of heart failure patients receiving pulmonary artery catheters without randomization      
High prevalence but low impact of data extraction and reporting errors were found in Cochrane systematic reviews.      
High prevalence of personality disorders among healthy volunteers for research: implications for control group bias.      
High priority health challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa: Is there enough good evidence?      
High proportion of high quality randomized clinical trials conducted by the NCI are negative or inconclusive [abstract]      
A high response is not essential to prevent selection bias: results from the Leiden 85-plus study.      
A high yield strategy to identify randomized controlled trials for systematic reviews      
Higher magnitude cash payments improve research follow-up rates without increasing drug use or perceived coercion      
Highly cited works in neurosurgery. Part I: the 100 top-cited papers in neurosurgical journals      
A highly sensitive search strategy for clinical trials in Literatura Latino Americana e do Caribe em Ciencias da Saude (LILACS) was developed.      
A highly visible scientist - Jack Meadows      
Hindsight bias in reflective practice: an empirical investigation.      
Hispanics' use of Internet health information: an exploratory study      
[Historic evolution of scientific production at the Spanish Society of Anesthesiology and Reanimation through the Revista Espanola de Anestesiologia y Reanimacion (1956-1987) (see comments)]      
A historic-quantitative approach to psychophysiological research: the first three decades of the journal Psychophysiology (1964-1993)      
An historical and critical review of the articles on blood pressure published in Psychosomatic Medicine between 1939 and 1997. [Review]      
Historical and methodological developments in clinical trials at the National Cancer Institute      
Historical background of clinical trials involving women and minorities      
Historical controls, data banks, and randomized trials in clinical research: a review      
Historical controls [editorial]      
The historical development of clinical therapeutic trials      
Historical lifetimes of drugs in England: application to value of information and cost-effectiveness analyses [abstract]      
Historical or concurrent controls: estimating the impact of intervention programs [abstract]      
Historical patterns of pesticide epidemiology research from 1945 to 1988      
Historical versus randomized controls for clinical trials [abstract]      
History of combination therapy of rheumatoid arthritis      
The history of neurochemistry as revealed by the Journal of Neurochemistry      
[History of physiology journals]      
History of randomized clinical trials in neurosurgery.      
[History of Revista Medica de Chile from its creation in 1872 until 1997]      
"Hit, miss or maybe" an analysis of the usefulness of Cochrane reviews to commissioners of health care in one health region in the UK [abstract]      
HIV and AIDS indexed by MEDLINE      
HIV health promotion and men who have sex with men (MSM): a systematic review integrating 'qualitative' studies and trials [abstract]      
HIV-infected African Americans are willing to participate in HIV treatment trials.      
An HIV risk-reduction intervention in an adolescent correctional facility: lessons learned.      
HIV vaccine acceptance among heterosexual clients of a sexually transmitted diseases clinic.      
HIV vaccine trials: will intravenous drug users enroll?      
Home health care: delineation of research priorities and formation of a national network group.      
Home health care nursing research priorities.      
The Home Office and random allocation experiments.      
Home ultraviolet B phototherapy for psoriasis: discrepancy between literature, guidelines, general opinions and actual use. Results of a literature review, a web search, and a questionnaire among dermatologists.      
Homocyst(e)ine and cardiovascular disease: a systematic review of the evidence with special emphasis on case-control studies and nested case-control studies [see comments] [Review] [124 refs]      
Homocysteine and coronary heart disease: the importance of a distinction between low and high risk subjects.      
A homogeneity test in overviews with group sequentially monitored clinical trials      
Homophily and co-occurrence patterns shape randomized trials agendas: illustration in antifungal agents      
The honestly experimental society - sites and other entites as the units of allocation and analysis in randomized trials      
["Honorary authors" in every other medical dissertation]      
HoNOS-secure: a reliable outcome measure for users of secure and forensic mental health services [abstract]      
Hooked on evidence-based consumer health information: the experience of a new bi-lingual national website [abstract]      
The hope and the hazards of using compliance data in randomized controlled trials      
Hope, decision making and use of the internet and other media among cancer clinical trials participants [abstract]      
Horizon estimation - what is the horizon for a nephrology journal subset?      
Horizon scanning in Australia - how do providers and users of healthcare benefit?      
Hormonal replacement therapy reduces forearm fracture incidence in recent postmenopausal women - results of the Danish Osteoporosis Prevention Study      
Hormone replacement therapy after breast cancer: attitudes of women eligible in a randomized trial      
Hormone replacement therapy after treatment for breast cancer: physicians' attitudes towards randomized trials      
Hormone replacement therapy and acute myocardial infarction: a large observational study exploring the influence of age.      
Hormone replacement therapy, cancer, controversies, and women's health: historical, epidemiological, biological, clinical, and advocacy perspectives.      
Hormone therapy for menopausal symptoms: tracking the translation of the Women's Health Initiative findings.      
Hormones to prevent coronary disease in women: when are observational studies adequate evidence?      
Hospice patient and caregiver congruence in reporting patients' symptom intensity.      
Hospital controls versus community controls: differences in inferences regarding risk factors for hip fracture      
Hospital mortality from acute myocardial infarction has been modestly reduced after introduction of thrombolytics and aspirin: results from a new analytical approach. European Secondary Prevention Study Group      
Hospital visitors as controls in case-control studies.      
How a Cochrane Systematic Review changed national and international policy and practice      
How a preliminary letter affects mail survey returns and costs.      
How accurate are published recurrence rates after rectal prolapse surgery? A meta-analysis of individual patient data.      
How accurate are quotations and references in medical journals?      
How accurate are quotations and references in medical journals?      
How accurate are references in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery? [see comments]      
How accurate is data in abstracts of research articles?      
How accurately do nurses perceive patients' needs? A comparison of general and psychiatric settings.      
How allocation concealment is handled in Cochrane Reviews      
How allocation concealment is handled in Cochrane Reviews [abstract]      
How and why do people with depression access and utilize online drug information: a qualitative study      
How are policy makers using evidence? Models of research utilisation and local NHS policy making      
How are qualitative methods being used alongside complex health service randomized controlled trials? A systematic review [abstract]      
How are summary ROC meta-analysis results affected by method variations? [abstract]      
How are the results of systematic reviews used in clinical guidelines? A case study of recommendations for the use of prophylactic antibiotics for women undergoing induced abortion      
How are we to determine whether dietary interventions do more good than harm to hypertensive patients?      
How are you feeling? Who wants to know? Patients' and oncologists' preferences for discussing health-related quality-of-life issues.      
How best to identify reports of randomized trials [abstract]      
How big are the biases associated with non-randomised designs used in evaluations of healthcare interventions? An empirical investigation      
How big are the biases associated with non-randomised designs used in evaluations of healthcare interventions? An empirical investigation [abstract]      
How "blind" are double-blind placebo-controlled trials of benzodiazepine hypnotics?      
How "blind" are double-blind studies?      
[How blind is a double-blind trial really? Validity of controlled investigations]      
How blind is blind review? [published erratum appears in Am J Public Health 1991 Dec;81(12):1570]      
How blind is double-blind? A study of fish oil versus placebo.      
How blind was the patient blind in AMIS?      
How blind was the patient blind in AMIS? AMIS Research Study Group [abstract]      
How can different types of evidence be synthesised in a systematic review?      
How can health service users contribute to the NHS research and development programme?      
How can HTA guidelines be directed to make the greatest policy impact? The use and misuse of an influential set of guidelines for cost-effectiveness analysis [abstract]      
How can medical journals help prevent poor medical research? Some opportunities presented by electronic publishing      
How can patients and carers be involved in research to improve care? Developing and evaluating a model of involvement [abstract]      
How can systematic reviews incorporate qualitative research? A critical perspective.      
How can we design trials to detect clinically important changes in disease severity?      
How citation distortions create unfounded authority: analysis of a citation network      
How clinical trial results are disseminated: use and influence of different sources of information in a survey of US physicians [abstract]      
How CLIP became ECLIPSE: a mnemonic to assist in searching for health policy/ management information      
How closely do international HTAs follow a best practice approach? : An illustration using implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) for primary and secondary prevention [abstract]      
How Cochrane reviews can be used in a dissemination project: preliminary findings from the ''PartecipaSalute'' project in Italy [abstract]      
How comprehensive is the MeSH term "breast neoplasms"? [abstract]      
How consistent is MEDLINE indexing? - a few reservations      
How consumers and policymakers can use systematic reviews for decision making      
How consumers peer review research proposals for the Health Technology Assessment Programme and how commissioners respond [abstract]      
How could press releases about evidence increase the uptake of evidence concepts in media reporting? An exploratory study. Oral presentation at the Joint Cochrane and Campbell Colloquium; 2010 Oct 18-22; Keystone, Colorado, USA [abstract]      
How current are systematic reviews at the time of publication? Poster presentation at the 17th Cochrane Colloquium; 2009 Oct 11-14, Singapore [abstract]      
How different are conference abstracts of surgical RCTs from the subsequent full publication? [abstract]      
How different combinations of postage on outgoing and return envelopes affect questionnaire returns.      
How difficult is it to register a Cochrane title? An Iberoamerican authors' sample [abstract]      
How do authors respond to written requests for additional information? [abstract]      
How do children and parents make decisions about pediatric clinical research?      
How do Cochrane reviewers address adverse effects of drug therapy? [abstract]      
How do Cochrane reviewers handle sparse data in their systematic reviews? [abstract]      
How do consumers search for and appraise health information on the world wide web? Qualitative study using focus groups, usability tests, and in-depth interviews      
How do doctors explain randomised clinical trials to their patients?      
How do expert panels prioritise topics for HTA?      
How do healthcare consumers process and evaluate comparative healthcare information? A qualitative study using cognitive interviews      
How do observational studies expand the evidence base for therapy?      
How do parents experience being asked to enter a child in a randomised controlled trial?      
How do patients want to learn of results of clinical trials? A survey of 1431 breast cancer patients.      
How do patients with colorectal cancer perceive treatment and care compared with the treating health care professionals?      
How do patients with colorectal cancer perceive treatment and care compared with the treating healthcare professionals? [abstract]      
How do primary care physicians seek answers to clinical questions? A literature review      
How do search engines respond to some non-English queries?      
How do systematic reviews of insulin and drug therapies for diabetes deal with heterogeneity of results? Poster presentation at the 19th Cochrane Colloquium; 2011 Oct 19-22; Madrid, Spain [abstract]      
How do the outcomes of patients who participate in randomised controlled trials compare with those of similar patients who do not participate? The TROUT Group [abstract]      
How do two meta-analyses of similar data reach opposite conclusions?      
How do we assess the impact of the CDSR: A protocol for discussion [abstract]      
How do we know when research from one setting can be useful in another? A review of external validity, applicability and transferability frameworks      
How do we manage early rectal cancer? A national questionnaire survey among members of the ACPGBI after the preliminary results of the MRC CR07/NCIC CO16 randomized trial      
How do we value psychological outcomes in systematic reviews? [abstract]      
How do you get the biggest bang for your (limited) buck in depression management? Making sense of complex cost effectiveness data using systematic reviews and the permutation matrix [abstract]      
How does an historic control study of a surgical procedure compare with the "gold standard"?      
How does decision-makers prefer the results of HTAs presented and what do they get? A pilot-study [abstract]      
How does prior publication affect full publication of completed clinical trials? [abstract]      
How does study quality affect the results of a diagnostic meta-analysis?      
How does the number and scatter of trials vary by discipline? Poster presentation at the 19th Cochrane Colloquium; 2011 Oct 19-22; Madrid, Spain [abstract]      
How does the peer review process influence AANA journal article readability?      
How does your searching grow? A survey of search preferences and the use of optimal search strategies in the identification of qualitative research      
How easy are randomized controlled trials in epilepsy to find on Medline? The sensitivity and precision of two Medline searches      
How effective is St John's Wort? The evidence revisited      
How effects on health equity are assessed in systematic reviews of interventions: a Cochrane methodology systematic review. Poster presentation at the 17th Cochrane Colloquium; 2009 Oct 11-14, Singapore [abstract]      
How empty are empty reviews? A report on empty reviews in the CDSR and an invitation to participate in the development of reporting guidelines. Oral presentation at the Joint Cochrane and Campbell Colloquium; 2010 Oct 18-22; Keystone, Colorado, USA [abstract]      
How ethical is ethical research? Recruiting marginalized, vulnerable groups into health services research      
How evidence-based are the pharmaceutical industry's printed promotional material presented to physicians in three Latin American countries. Poster presentation at the 19th Cochrane Colloquium; 2011 Oct 19-22; Madrid, Spain [abstract]      
How evidence-based are the recommendations in evidence-based guidelines.      
[How evidence-based is medicine? A systematic literature review]. [Review] [Danish]      
How evidence based is the management of two common sports injuries in a sports injury clinic?      
How evidence-based is venous leg ulcer care? A survey in community settings      
How far did we get? How far to go? A European survey on postgraduate courses in evidence-based medicine      
How far do you go? Efficient searching for indirect evidence      
How French research scientists are making use of electronic journals: a case study conducted at Pierre et Marie Curie University and Denis Diderot University      
How generalizable are the results of large randomized controlled trials of antiretroviral therapy?      
How good are articles on adverse drug reactions?      
How good are clinical MEDLINE searches? A comparative study of clinical end-user and librarian searches.      
How good are publicly available survey data for tobacco disparities research [abstract]      
How good are volunteers at searching for published randomized controlled trials? The OSTR Collaborative Group. Ottawa Stroke Trials Registry      
How guidance on the use of interventional procedures is produced in different countries: an international survey      
How hard is hard science, how soft is soft science? The empirical cumulativeness of research      
How important are comprehensive literature searches and the assessment of trial quality in systematic reviews? Empirical study      
How important is publication bias? A synthesis of available data      
How important is surrogate consent for stroke research?      
How important is the ''grey literature''? A study of publication bias in meta-analyses of controlled trials [abstract]      
How important is the scientific literature in guiding clinical decisions? The case of magnetic resonance imaging      
How important is the size of a reprint order?      
How important is the size of a reprint order? [abstract]      
How important is the size of a reprint order? [abstract]      
How important is the size of a reprint order? [abstract]      
How information retrieval technology may impact on physician practice: an organizational case study in family medicine.      
How informed is 'informed' consent? Participants' responses to random allocation of critically ill neonates to alternative treatments in the UK Collaboration ECMO Trial [abstract]      
How informed is informed consent? The BHAT experience      
How informed is your consent? Techniques to facilitate informed consent in trial recruitment [abstract]      
How interchangeable are different estimators of effect size?      
How international are psychiatry journals?      
How international is Medical Education?      
How intuitive are ICMJE criteria for authorship? Perceptions of deserved authorship among medical students and physicians [abstract]      
How is information on adverse effects identified for systematic reviews? A survey of methods used from 1994 to 2005 [abstract]      
How is the search process being reported in health technology assessments? [abstract]      
How large studies may mislead: the HOPE study.      
How long does it take for the scientific literature to purge itself of fraudulent material?: the Breuning case revisited      
How long does it take to publish a high quality trial in oncology? [abstract]      
How many controls?      
How many evidence based guidelines in China. Poster presentation at the 19th Cochrane Colloquium; 2011 Oct 19-22; Madrid, Spain [abstract]      
How many false 'RCTs' were included in Cochrane systematic reviews of Traditional Chinese Medicine? Oral presentation at the 16th Cochrane Colloquium: Evidence in the era of globalisation; 2008 Oct 3-7; Freiburg, Germany [abstract]      
How many handsearchers does it take to change a light-bulb - or to find all of the randomized trials?      
How many mailouts? Could attempts to increase the response rate in the Iraq war cohort study be counterproductive?      
How many more systematic reviews do we need - an estimation on the proportion of possible interventions covered by The Cochrane Library [abstract]      
How many new treatments are "breakthroughs"? Evaluation of innovations in cancer [abstract]      
How many patients? How many limbs? Analysis of patients or limbs in the orthopaedic literature: a systematic review.      
How many purchasing decisions are evidence-based?      
How many randomized trials on the therapeutic interventions for a specific clinical condition are covered by Cochrane reviews? Poster presentation at the Joint Cochrane and Campbell Colloquium; 2010 Oct 18-22; Keystone, Colorado, USA [abstract]      
How many scientists fabricate and falsify research? A systematic review and meta-analysis of survey data      
How many studies are in the file drawer? An estimate from the family/marital psychotherapy literature      
How many subjects with major depressive disorder meet eligibility requirements of an antidepressant efficacy trial?      
How masked is the "masked peer review" of abstracts submitted to international medical conferences?      
How meta-analytical inferences in practice depend on the choice of between-trial variance estimator. Oral presentation at the 16th Cochrane Colloquium: Evidence in the era of globalisation; 2008 Oct 3-7; Freiburg, Germany [abstract]      
How much 'better' is good enough? The magnitude of treatment effect in clinical trials.      
How much bias is associated with lack of randomisation in studies of intervention effectiveness? [abstract]      
How much effort is needed to keep up with the literature relevant for primary care?      
How much now to tell? Patients' attitudes to an information sheet prior to angiography and angioplasty      
How much of medical care is evidence-based? The case of accident and emergency medicine [abstract]      
How much of medical care is evidence-based? The case of accident and emergency medicine [abstract]      
How much of the data published in observational studies of the association between diet and prostate or bladder cancer is usable for meta-analysis?      
How much searching is enough? Comprehensive versus optimal retrieval for technology assessments      
How non-English language addiction journals engage with language issues: responses to an ISAJE enquiry      
How nurses seek and evaluate clinical guidelines on the Internet      
How objective are systematic reviews? Differences between reviews on complementary medicine.[comment]      
How often are our numbers wrong?      
How often do positive conclusions drawn from meta-analyses remain substantiated if only data from randomised trials with adequate allocation concealment are considered? [abstract]      
How often does unclear allocation concealment in randomised trials reflect inadequate reporting of adequate methods? [abstract]      
How parents search, interpret, and evaluate genetic information obtained from the internet      
How patients' preferences for risk information influence treatment choice in a case of high risk and high therapeutic uncertainty: asymptomatic localized prostate cancer      
How people revisit web pages: empirical findings and implications for the design of history systems      
How possible benefits and harms related to screening for breast cancer are presented to women on web sites [abstract]      
How preliminary data affect people's stated willingness to enter a hypothetical randomized controlled trial.      
How primary care physicians' attitudes toward risk and uncertainty affect their use of electronic information resources      
How prominent are patient-reported outcomes in clinical trials of dermatological treatments?      
How proxies make decisions about research for patients with Alzheimer's disease.      
How publishing medical microbiologists acquire information.      
How quickly do systematic reviews go out of date? A survival analysis.      
How recommendations from systematic reviews can be used to best inform practice - three examples from the field of transfusion medicine [abstract]      
How relevant are the systematic reviews in the cochrane library to emergency medical practice?      
How relevant is the choice of the outcome in meta-analyses using relative risk as summary statistic? [abstract]      
How reliable are reliability studies of fracture classifications? A systematic review of their methodologies.      
How reliable is peer review? An examination of operating grant proposals simultaneously submitted to two similar peer review systems      
How reliable is peer review of scientific abstracts? Looking back at the 1991 Annual Meeting of the Society of General Internal Medicine      
How representative are clinical study patients with asthma or COPD for a larger "real life" population of patients with obstructive lung disease?      
How representative are patients in general practice morbidity surveys?      
How research becomes knowledge in radiology: an analysis of citations to published papers      
How rigorous are studies assessing new diagnostic imaging technologies? An appraisal by reference to the imaging of intracranial aneurysms [abstract]      
How Science Takes Stock: the Story of Meta-Analysis      
How should cost-effectiveness analysis be used in health technology coverage decisions? Evidence from the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence approach      
How should meta-regression analyses be undertaken and interpreted?      
How should results from completed studies influence ongoing clinical trials? The CAFA Study experience.      
How should risk be communicated to children: a cross-sectional study comparing different formats of probability information      
How should the impact of different presentations of treatment effects on patient choice be evaluated? A pilot randomized trial.      
How should we interpret updated meta-analyses? [abstract]      
How should we measure asthma and allergic rhinitis in epidemiologic studies? A comparison of self-reported and population-based register data [abstract]      
How should we measure medication adherence in clinical trials and practice?      
How should we use information about HWE in the meta-analyses of genetic association studies?      
How sociodemographics, presence of oncology specialists, and hospital cancer programs affect accrual to cancer treatment trials      
How sound are diagnostic studies in China: Implications from assessing the quality of diagnostic studies using dot immunogold filtration assay to diagnose tuberculosis [abstract]      
How statistical expertise is used in medical research      
How study design affects outcomes in comparisons of therapy. I: Medical      
How study design affects outcomes in comparisons of therapy. II: surgical      
How systematic are economic evaluations of health technology? [abstract]      
How systematic are the reviews used in economic evaluations of health care [abstract]      
How systematic reviews/ Cochrane reviews can inform guideline development and change practice [abstract]      
How technology assessment by hospitals differs from technology assessment by payers [abstract]      
How the form of the monetary incentive affects mail survey response.      
How the internet is altering medical journalism and education: a survey and discussion      
How the new NIH Guidelines on Inclusion of Women and Minorities apply: efficacy trials, effectiveness trials, and validity      
How the news media report on research presented at scientific meetings: more caution needed [abstract]      
[How the SBU influenced clinical practice. Consequences of seven reports scrutinized]      
How the structure of contribution disclosure statements affects validity of authorship: a randomized study in a general medical journal      
How to assess the methodological quality of systematic reviews of diagnostic trials.      
[How to assess the value of scientific publications?]      
How to decrease the non-compliance in a clinical trial.      
How to determine the best treatment: a mixed-treatment-comparisons meta-analysis (MTM) of trials of topical fluoride therapies for the prevention of dental caries [abstract]      
How to develop cost-conscious guidelines      
How to disseminate clinical trial results: physician views [abstract]      
How to establish a Chinese clinical controlled trials database of neurology      
How to evaluate a diagnostic test.      
How to evaluate study methodology in published clinical research      
How to find Chinese research participants: use of a phonologically based surname search method      
How to find research before publication      
How to formulate research recommendations. [Review]      
How to identify randomized controlled trials in MEDLINE: ten years on.      
How to improve accrual to clinical trials of symptom control 2: design issues.      
How to interpret an overview: a meta-analysis of the relative efficacy and toxicity of Pneumocystis carinii prophylactic regimens      
How to interpret figures in reports of clinical trials.      
How to make the best use of published summary statistics in systematic reviews of survival data [abstract]      
How to measure heart rate?      
How to perform a comprehensive search for FDG-PET literature      
How to realize homogeneous treatment within randomized groups in surgical trials - what can be done? [abstract]      
How to search for and use 'grey literature' in research.      
How to search for clinical trials on the LILACS database using the internet [abstract]      
How to select publications on occupational health: the usefulness of Medline and the impact factor.      
How to study the generalisability of randomized controlled trials; a trial in the field of otitis media with effusion as example [abstract]      
How to synthesize evidence for imaging guidelines. [Review]      
How to systematically review the medical literature      
How to use articles about harm: the relationship between high tidal volumes, ventilating pressures, and ventilator-induced lung injury      
How to use the Internet when scanning the horizon for new health technologies? A survey among early warning systems.      
How trial reports of alternative therapies comply with the CONSORT statement? A literature review on Chinese medicines [abstract]      
How useful are Cochrane reviews in identifying research needs.      
How useful are 'key words' in scientific journals?      
How useful are medical newsgroups in the internet? An analysis of structure and contents of the newsgroup ''altsupportasthma'' [abstract]      
How useful are observational reports in the evaluation of interventions for radiation morbidity?: an analysis of formalin therapy for late radiation proctitis      
How useful are systematic reviews for informing palliative care practice? Survey of 25 Cochrane systematic reviews      
How useful are unpublished data from the Food and Drug Administration in meta-analysis?      
How useful is GRADEpro for assessing evidence from epidemiological or diagnostic accuracy studies. Poster presentation at the 19th Cochrane Colloquium; 2011 Oct 19-22; Madrid, Spain [abstract]      
How useful is searching Biological Abstracts (BIOSIS) for reports of randomised trials? A comparison with MEDLINE and EMBASE in renal disease [abstract]      
How valid and reliable are patient satisfaction data? An analysis of 195 studies      
How valuable is effort to contact authors to obtain missing data in systematic reviews [abstract]      
How volunteers and patients who take part in clinical trials are rewarded.      
How well are randomized controlled trials reported in the dermatology literature?      
How well are recent randomised controlled trials reported? [abstract]      
How well do doctors access the Cochrane Library and other sources of information? [abstract]      
How well do investigators estimate results in advance? A methodological study from a multinational epidemiological survey on hip fracture risks      
How well do physicians use electronic information retrieval systems? A framework for investigation and systematic review      
How well do published search filters perform in finding diagnostic test accuracy studies? [abstract]      
How well do reports of clinical trials in the orthodontic literature comply with the CONSORT statement?      
How well do search filters perform in identifying economic evaluations in MEDLINE and EMBASE      
How well does a journal's peer review process function? A survey of authors' opinions      
How well is the clinical importance of study results reported? An assessment of randomized controlled trials      
How Wiley have developed media coverage of Cochrane Library reviews within the international press [abstract]      
How will INVEST and other hypertension trials change clinical practice?      
HTA benefits health services and politics - an evaluation of a national HTA strategy [abstract]      
HTA Gate - the gateway to abundance of HTA-information [abstract]      
HTA in Danish health care - evaluating the impact of a systematic approach [abstract]      
http://www.hbuk.co.uk--the European Journal of Surgical Oncology and the Internet      
Human genome epidemiologic reviews: the beginning of something HuGE      
Human immunodeficiency virus on the web: a guided tour      
Human research review committee requirements in medical journals      
A human rights approach to the WHO Model List of Essential Medicines.      
The human subjects trade: ethical and legal issues surrounding recruitment incentives.      
Humour and alarmism in melanoma prevention: a randomized controlled study of three types of information leaflet.      
A Hungarian example for handsearching specialized national healthcare journals of small countries for controlled trials. Is it worth the trouble?      
Hunting for health statistics? We can help! [abstract]      
A hybrid effects model for bias-risk adjusting meta-analysis [abstract]      
A hybrid weights method for bias risk adjustment in random-effects meta-analysis [abstract]      
Hypertension in the elderly. Implications and generalizability of randomized trials [see comments]      
Hypertension patients participating in trials differ in many aspects from patients treated in general practices      
Hypertensive patients' willingness to participate in placebo-controlled trials: implications for recruitment efficiency      
The hypertensive response to intubation - do researchers acknowledge previous work