"It usually comes as a surprise to students to learn that some (perhaps most) published articles belong in the bin, and should certainly not be used to inform practice." – Greenhalgh.summary
- T Greenhalgh.
- Department of Primary Care and Population Sciences, University College London Medical School/Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, Whittington Hospital, London. email@example.com
- BMJ. 1997 Jul 26; 315 (7102): 243246243-6.
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