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Velentgas P, Dreyer NA, Nourjah P, et al., editors. Developing a Protocol for Observational Comparative Effectiveness Research: A User's Guide. Rockville (MD): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US); 2013 Jan.

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Acknowledgments

The editors would like to acknowledge the efforts of the following individuals who contributed to this User's Guide: Sebastian Schneeweiss, John D. Seeger, and Elizabeth Robinson of the Brigham and Women's Hospital DEcIDE Methods Center; and Michelle Leavy, Anna Estrella, Aaron Mendelsohn, and Allison Bryant of Quintiles Outcome. We would especially like to thank April Duddy of Quintiles Outcome, who served as the managing editor for this guide.

We also would like to thank the staff of AHRQ's Office of Communications and Knowledge Transfer, who guided the User's Guide through the editorial process, starting with the overall guidance provided by Sandy Cummings, the editorial skills provided by Marion Torchia and Chris Heidenrich, and the design and layout provided by Frances Eisel.

And finally, we want to express our appreciation for the multiple contributions of Dr. Patrick Arbogast, author of Chapter 10. We were privileged to work with Patrick, who died before this project was completed. His positive, collegial spirit is very much missed.

Copyright © 2013, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

Developing a Protocol for Observational Comparative Effectiveness Research: A User’s Guide is copyrighted by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). The product and its contents may be used and incorporated into other materials on the following three conditions: (1) the contents are not changed in any way (including covers and front matter), (2) no fee is charged by the reproducer of the product or its contents for its use, and (3) the user obtains permission from the copyright holders identified therein for materials noted as copyrighted by others. The product may not be sold for profit or incorporated into any profitmaking venture without the expressed written permission of AHRQ.

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