Observational Evidence of For-Profit Delivery and Inferior Nursing Home Care: When Is There Enough Evidence for Policy Change?
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Margaret McGregor and colleagues consider Bradford Hill's framework for examining causation in observational research for the association between nursing home care quality and for-profit ownership.
AuthorsRonald, LA; McGregor, MJ; Harrington, C; Pollock, A; Lexchin, J
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