Is the "Well-Defined Intervention Assumption" Politically Conservative?

By Sharon Schwartz, Seth J. Prins, Ulka B. Campbell, Nicolle M. Gatto

January 1, 2016


January 1, 2016


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Epidemiology Health Policy Humans Methods Politics Potential outcomes Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic Reproducibility of Results Social Sciences Well-defined intervention
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