Improving the relevance of randomised trials to primary care : a qualitative study investigating views towards pragmatic trials and the PRECIS-2 tool
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Forbes , G J , Loudon , K , Clinch , M , Taylor , S J C , Treweek , S & Eldridge , S 2019 , ' Improving the relevance of randomised trials to primary care : a qualitative study investigating views towards pragmatic trials and the PRECIS-2 tool ' , Trials , vol. 20 , 711 . https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-019-3812-7
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