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Deriving household composition using population-scale Electronic Health Record data – a reproducible methodology.
Protocol for the development of the Wales Multi-morbidity e-Cohort (WMC): data sources and methods to construct a population-based research platform to investigate multi-morbidity
How effective are population health surveys for estimating prevalence of chronic conditions compared to anonymised clinical data?
Factors that impact on recruitment to randomised trials in health care: a qualitative evidence synthesis.
A Profile of the SAIL Databank on the UK Secure Research Platform
External validation of the electronic Frailty Index using the population of Wales within the Secure Anonymised Information Linkage Databank
Systematic mapping of existing tools to appraise methodological strengths and limitations of qualitative research: first stage in the development of the CAMELOT tool
Methodological standards for the development and evaluation of clinical prediction rules: A review of the literature.
Improving Reporting of meta-ethnographjy: the eMERGe Reporting Guidance.
A methodological systematic review of meta-ethnography conduct to articulate the complex analytical phases.
Developing a reporting guideline to improve meta-ethnography in health research: the eMERGe mixed-methods study.
Complex health interventions in complex systems: concepts and methods for evidence-informed health decisions.
Taking account of context in systematic reviews and guidelines considering a complexity perspective.
Formulating questions to explore complex interventions within qualitative evidence synthesis.
Qualitative evidence synthesis for complex interventions and guideline development: clarification of the purpose, designs and relevant methods.
Which studies should be registered on a clinical trials registry?
Structured methodology review identified seven (RETREAT) criteria for selecting qualitative evidence synthesis approaches
A case study in distributed team science in research using electronic health records