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Andrews J. Prioritization Criteria Methodology for Future Research Needs Proposals Within the Effective Health Care Program: PiCMe-Prioritization Criteria Methods [Internet]. Rockville (MD): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US); 2013 Jan. (Methods Future Research Needs Reports, No. 10.)

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Prioritization Criteria Methodology for Future Research Needs Proposals Within the Effective Health Care Program: PiCMe-Prioritization Criteria Methods [Internet].

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