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    • When is a randomised controlled trial health equity relevant? Development and validation of a conceptual framework 

      Jull, Janet E.G.; Whitehead, Margaret; Petticrew, Mark; Kristjansson, Elizabeth; Gough, David; Petkovic, Jennifer; Volmink, Jimmy; Weijer, Charles; Taljaard, Monica; Edwards, Sarah Jane L.; Mbuagbaw, Lawrence; Cookson, Richard; McGowan, Jessie L.; Lyddiatt, Anne; Boyer, Yvonne; Cuervo, Luis Gabriel; Armstrong, Rebecca; White, Howard; Yoganathan, Manosila; Pantoja, Tomás; Shea, Beverley J.; Pottie, Kevin; Norheim, Ole Frithjof; Baird, Sarah; Robberstad, Bjarne; Sommerfelt, Halvor; Asada, Yukiko; Wells, George A.; Tugwell, Peter; Welch, Vivian (BMJ Publishing Group Ltd., 2017-09-25)
      Background Randomised controlled trials can provide evidence relevant to assessing the equity impact of an intervention, but such information is often poorly reported. We describe a conceptual framework to identify health ...
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