The 50 Most-Frequently Cited Articles


in J Health Serv Res Policy as of February 1, 2010 — updated monthly

1.  Ray Pawson, Trisha Greenhalgh, Gill Harvey, Kieran Walshe
  Realist review – a new method of systematic review designed for complex policy interventions

J Health Serv Res Policy Jul 15, 2005; 10: 21-34.

(In “Essay”)  

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2.  Julian Higgins, Simon Thompson, Jonathan Deeks, Douglas Altman
  Statistical heterogeneity in systematic reviews of clinical trials: a critical appraisal of guidelines and practice

J Health Serv Res Policy Jan 01, 2002; 7: 51-61.

(In “Review Article”)  

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3.  Andrew Spooner, Alison Chapple, Martin Roland
  What makes British general practitioners take part in a quality improvement scheme?

J Health Serv Res Policy Jul 01, 2001; 6: 145-150.

(In “Original Research”)  

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4.  Toby Gosden, Frode Forland, Ivar Sonbo Kristiansen, Matthew Sutton, Brenda Leese, Antonio Giuffrida, Michelle Sergison, Lone Pedersen
  Impact of payment method on behaviour of primary care physicians: a systematic review

J Health Serv Res Policy Jan 01, 2001; 6: 44-55.

(In “Review Article”)  

[Abstract]
   

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5.  Mary Dixon-Woods, Shona Agarwal, David Jones, Bridget Young, Alex Sutton
  Synthesising qualitative and quantitative evidence: a review of possible methods

J Health Serv Res Policy Jan 01, 2005; 10: 45-53.

(In “Review Article”)  

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