The ghost in the machine? : the value of expert advice in the production of evidence-based guidance : a mixed methods study of the NICE Interventional Procedures Programme

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Oyebode, Oyinlola; Patrick, Hannah; Walker, Alexander; Campbell, Bruce; Powell, John;

Objectives: \ud The aim of this study was to determine the aspects of expert advice that decision makers find most useful in the development of evidence-based guidance and to identify the characteristics of experts providing the most useful advice.\ud \ud Methods: \ud F... View more
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