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  • The effects of comics, as measured in randomized controlled trials: a rapid review

    [May 2019 Status: This rapid review has been discontinued. It has now become a regularly updated (living) database of randomized trials involving comi...

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  • Une revue rapide des effets relatifs à la santé de la lecture de bandes dessinées chez les enfants, les adolescents et les adultes

    [A rapid review of the health-related effects of reading comic books on children, adolescents and adults] 2018 update: https://osf.io/hmtkp/ Résumé ...

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  • Shared Register Of randomized Trials Comparing Comics to Embargo, Lexicon, Literature or Other Comics (COLLECCTORS register)

    Ongoing register of experimental studies (randomized controlled trials, also called "experiments" and sometimes confused as "quasi-experimental studie...

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  • An eDelphi survey to identify and prioritize EBP and EBM research concepts or topics to illustrate

    Abstract Introduction Evidence based practice (EBP) and evidence based medicine (EBM) key concepts remain poorly known among both health professi...

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  • EQUATOR network illustrations

    Illustrations (comic strip) of how and why the EQUATOR network (http://www.equator-network.org/) was founded.

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