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BETs—Should they be published in the journal?
  1. A P Webster
  1. Department of Accident and Emergency Medicine, Doncaster Royal Infirmary, Doncaster, UK;

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    I agree with Dr Locker’s concerns regarding the publication of BETs in a peer reviewed journal. BETs are useful for introducing people to the theory of literature searching, and appraisal of published evidence, ideal skills for …

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