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Clinical outcome research at the University of Westminster Polyclinic

By Brian Isbell and Sue Carroll


Research into naturopathic treatments is problematic if\ud confined to double blind randomised trials. This paper discusses how an outcome measure was adapted and used to measure the patients' perception of effectiveness of treatment at the University of Westminster Polyclinic

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