Nick Black
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The feasibility of creating a checklist for the assessment of the methodological quality both of randomised and non-randomised studies of health care interventions.
SH Downs, N Black
Journal of epidemiology & community health 52 (6), 377-384, 1998
Consensus development methods, and their use in clinical guideline development.
MK Murphy, NA Black, DL Lamping, CM McKee, CF Sanderson, ...
Health Technology Assessment (Winchester, England) 2 (3), i-88, 1998
Why we need observational studies to evaluate the effectiveness of health care
N Black
Bmj 312 (7040), 1215-1218, 1996
Patient reported outcome measures could help transform healthcare
N Black
Bmj 346, 2013
Evidence based policy: proceed with careCommentary: research must be taken seriously
N Black, A Donald
Bmj 323 (7307), 275-279, 2001
Epidemiology of severe sepsis occurring in the first 24 hrs in intensive care units in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland
A Padkin, C Goldfrad, AR Brady, D Young, N Black, K Rowan
Critical care medicine 31 (9), 2332-2338, 2003
Evaluation and stages of surgical innovations
JS Barkun, JK Aronson, LS Feldman, GJ Maddern, SM Strasberg
The Lancet 374 (9695), 1089-1096, 2009
Consensus development methods: a review of best practice in creating clinical guidelines
N Black, M Murphy, D Lamping, M McKee, C Sanderson, J Askham, ...
Journal of health services research & policy 4 (4), 236-248, 1999
Effect of open peer review on quality of reviews and on reviewers' recommendations: a randomised trial
S Van Rooyen, F Godlee, S Evans, N Black, R Smith
Bmj 318 (7175), 23-27, 1999
Interpreting the evidence: choosing between randomised and non-randomised studies
M McKee, A Britton, N Black, K McPherson, C Sanderson, C Bain
Bmj 319 (7205), 312-315, 1999
Why we need qualitative research.
N Black
Journal of epidemiology and community health 48 (5), 425, 1994
Preventable deaths due to problems in care in English acute hospitals: a retrospective case record review study
H Hogan, F Healey, G Neale, R Thomson, C Vincent, N Black
BMJ quality & safety 21 (9), 737-745, 2012
How do patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) support clinician-patient communication and patient care? A realist synthesis
J Greenhalgh, K Gooding, E Gibbons, S Dalkin, J Wright, J Valderas, ...
Journal of patient-reported outcomes 2, 1-28, 2018
Choosing between randomised and non-randomised studies: a systematic review
A Britton, M McKee, N Black, K McPherson, C Sanderson, C Bain
Health technology assessment (Winchester, England) 2 (13), i-124, 1998
Threats to applicability of randomised trials: exclusions and selective participation
A Britton, M McKee, N Black, K McPherson, C Sanderson, C Bain
Journal of health services research & policy 4 (2), 112-121, 1999
What makes a good reviewer and a good review for a general medical journal?
N Black, S Van Rooyen, F Godlee, R Smith, S Evans
Jama 280 (3), 231-233, 1998
Effect of blinding and unmasking on the quality of peer review: a randomized trial
S van Rooyen, F Godlee, S Evans, R Smith, N Black
Jama 280 (3), 234-237, 1998
The effectiveness of surgery for stress incontinence in women: a systematic review
NA Black, SH Downs
British Journal of Urology 78 (4), 497-510, 1996
Relationship between patient reported experience (PREMs) and patient reported outcomes (PROMs) in elective surgery
N Black, M Varaganum, A Hutchings
BMJ quality & safety 23 (7), 534-542, 2014
Mortality, morbidity and complications following transurethral resection of the prostate for benign prostatic hypertrophy
HA Doll, NA Black, K McPherson, AB Flood, GB Williams, JC Smith
The Journal of urology 147 (6), 1566-1573, 1992
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