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Selection methods for medicine: core concepts and future issues 

Selection methods for medicine: core concepts and future issues
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Selection methods for medicine: core concepts and future issues
Author(s):

Fiona Patterson

, Pat Lane

, and Victoria Carr

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199234219.003.0010
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date: 20 October 2019

Chapter 10 outlines core concepts underpinning the design, implementation, and validation of selection methods, and suggests evaluative standards for selection followed by a summary of research evidence on the relative accuracy of various selection tools, as well as a brief case study that illustrates the issues surrounding the utility and cost-effectiveness of selection methods, and finally, presents an agenda for future research.

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