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A survey of statistics in three UK general practice journal

Alan S Rigby*, Gillian K Armstrong, Michael J Campbell and Nick Summerton

BMC Medical Research Methodology 2004, 4:28  doi:10.1186/1471-2288-4-28

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General practice journal in Slovakia

Rudolf Gasko   (2006-05-12 10:18)  DOVERA Health Insurance Comp, Bratislava, Slovakia

Many medical specialities have reviewed the statistical content of their journals, including general practice. In recent 2 articles assessed we journal Slovensky lekar [Slovak physician], Slovak Republic. Our results are very similar to yours.

1. Gasko R, Salamon P. Pouzivanie statistiky v povodnych pracach Slovenskeho lekara [How is statistics in the original articles in Slovensky lekar used]. Slov lekar, 12, 2002, p. 142-143.

2. Gasko R. Koniec p hodnoty v medicinskej statistike - stale este nie ale uz na dohlad? [The end of the p value - not yet but soon?] Slov lekar, 15, 2005, p. 198-201.

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