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  1. Selection Bias in Using Data From One Population to Another: Common Pitfalls in the Interpretation of Medical Literature.Paul Froom & Jack Froom - 1992 - Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 13 (3).
    The prevalence, course and prognosis of diseases in patients referred to tertiary medical centers frequently differ from those treated in primary care settings. Extrapolation of findings from one population to another may therefore be unwarranted. Other factors that contribute to misinterpretation of medical literature include failure to distinguish statistical from clinical significance and advocacy of medical interventions prior to adequate clinical trials.
     
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  2. Stop Routine Microscopic Urinalysis in Hospitalized Patients with Dipstick Abnormalities?Zvi Shimoni, Paul Froom, Nathan Dusseldorp & Jochanan Benbassat - forthcoming - Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.
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  3. The Presence of a Urinary Catheter is an Important Predictor of in‐Hospital Mortality in Internal Medicine Patients.Zvi Shimoni, Paul Froom, Bernard Silke & Jochanan Benbassat - forthcoming - Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.
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    A Simple Index Predicting 30‐Day Readmissions in Acutely Hospitalized Patients.Paul Froom, Zvi Shimoni & Jochanan Benbassat - 2021 - Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 27 (4):942-948.
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