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DGeneral Bibliography on Consensus Development Ahrens, E.H., Jr. 1985. The diet-heart question in 1985: Has it really been settled? The Lancet i:10X5-1087. Andreasen, P.B. 1988. Consensus conferences in different coun- tr~es: Aims and perspectives. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 4:305-308. Asch, S.M., and C.U. Lowe. 1984. The consensus development program: Theory, process, and critique. Knowledge: Creation, Diffusion, Utilization 5~31:369-385. Battista, R.N., and S.W. Fletcher. 1988. Making recommendations on preventative practices: Methodological issues. American lour- nal of Preventative Medicine 4~4~:53-67. Blumenthal, D. 1983. Federal policy toward health care technol- ogy: The case of the National Center. The Milbank Quarterly 61 (4~:584-613. BuIpitt, C.~. 1988. Meta-analysis. The Lancet i:93-94. Burke, J.F., H.S. Jordan, C.M. Boyle, and E. Vanner. 1981. An impact study of the 1978 consensus development conferences on supportive therapy in bum care. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govem- ment Printing Office. Publication No. 0-1 34-132/37 1 8. Capitol, I. 1988. Consensus development conferences in Sweden: Effects on health policy and administration. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 4:75-~. 75

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76 APPENDIX D Caspar~e, A.F., and I.E. van Everdingen. 1985. Consensus develop- ment conferences in The Netherlands. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 1:905-912. Dalkey, N.C. 1969. The Delphi Method: An Experimental Study of - Group Opinion. Santa Monica, Calif.: The RAND Corporation. Delbecq, A., A.H. Van de V~en, and D.lI. Gustafson. 1975. Group Techniques for Program Planning. Glenview, Ill.: Scott, Fores- man. Eddy, D.M. 1982. Clinical policies and the quality of clinical practice. New England Journal of Medicine 307:343-347. Eddy, D.M. 1983. Flying without instruments: Analyzing medical policies by consensus and expert opinion. Bulletin. Winter. New York: The John A. Hartford Foundation. Fink, A., I. Kosecoff, M. Chassin, and R.H. Brook. 1984. Consen- sus methods: Characteristics and guidelines for use. The Ameri- can Journal of Public Health 74~9~:979-983. Gleicher, N. 1984. Cesarean section rates in the United States: The short-term failure of the national consensus development confer- ence in 1980. Journal of the American Medical Association 252(23):3273-3276. Goldbloom, R., Et.N. Battista, and I. Haggerty. 1989. The periodic heath examination. Canadian Medical Association Journal 141:205- 208. Goodman, C., ed. 1988. Medical Technology Assessment Direc- tor~r. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Goodman, C., and S. Baratz, eds. 1990. Improving Consensus Development for Health Technology Assessment: An International Perspective. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Greer, Am. 1987. The two cultures of biomedicine: Can there be a consensus? Journal of the American Medical Association 258(19)2739-2740. Harris, S.S., C.~. Caspersen, G.H. Defriese, and E.H. Estes. 1989. U.S. preventive services task force. Journal of the American Medical Association 261~24~:3588-3589. Henig, R.M. 1985. The process and provocations of consensus. Medical World News (October):96-~. Hill, I.G. 1986. Technology assessment at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development: An alternative model. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 477:351-355. Hunter, I. 1982. Meta-analysis: Cumulating Research Findings Across Studies. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage Publications, Inc.

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APPENDIX D 77 Institute of Medicine 1985 Assessing Medical Technologies Washington, D C National Academy Press Jacoby, ~ 1983. Biomedical technology information dissemination and the NIH consensus development process Knowledge Crea- tion, Diffusion, Utilization 5~2~:245-261. Jacoby, I 1985. The consensus development program of the Na- tional Institutes of Health Current practices and historical per- spectives International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 1~2~:420-432. lacoby, I 1988. Evidence and consensus Journal of the American Medico Association 259~20~:3039. lacoby, I 1988. Update on assessment activities United States perspective International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 4:95-105. lacoby, I, and S Clark 1986. Direct mailing as a means of dis- seminating NIH consensus statements Journal of the American Medical Association 255(~01:~328-~330. Jacoby, I, and S G Pauker 1986. Technology assessment in health care Group process and decision theory Israel Journal of Medi- cal Sciences 22:183-190. JacobY, I, and M Rose ~ ~ 1986. Transfer of information and its impact on medical practice The U S experience International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 2~:107-~15. Jennett, B 1985. First consensus development program in the United- Kingdom On coronary artery bypass grafting, commentary by the chair of the conference British Medical Journal 291:7 ~ 6-7 ~ 8. Johnsson, M 1988. Evaluation of the consensus conference pro- gram in Sweden, its impact on physicians International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 4 89-94 Kahan, IP, DE Kanouse, and ~ D Winkler 1988 Stylistic var~- ations in National Institutes of Health consensus statements, 1979- 1983 International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 4~2) 289-304 Kanouse, D E, and ~ lacoby 1988 When does information change practitioners' behavior? International Journal of Technology As- sessment in Health Care 4~) 27-33 Kanouse, D E, R H Brook, ~ D Winkler, ~ Kosecoff, S H Berry, G M Carter, ~ P Kahan, ~ McCloskey, WH Rogers, C M Winslow, G M Anderson, ~ Brodsley, A Fink, and L Meredith 1989 Changing Medical Practice Through Technology Assess- ment An Evaluation of the National Institutes of Health Consen-

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78 APPENDIX D sus Development Program. - Santa Monica, Calif.: The RAND Corporation. Klazinga, N.S., A.F. Casparie, and I.E. van Everdingen. 1987. Contnbution of medical decision-making to consensus develop- ment conferences. Health Policy 8:339-346. Kolata, G. 1985. Heart panel's conclusions questioned. Science 227:40-41. Kosecoff, I., D.E. Kanouse, W.H. Rogers, L. McCloskey, C.M. Winslow, and R.H. Brook. 1987. Effects of the National Insti- tutes of Health consensus development program on physician prac- tice. Journal of the American Medical Association 258~19~:2708- 2713. Levitt, S.H., R.A. Polish, D. Aeppli, and B. Lindgren. 1988. The consensus statements on adjuvant chemotherapy in breast cancer: Fact or artifact. American Journal of Oncology 11~1~:73-76. Linstone, H., and M. Turoff, eds. 1975. The Delphi Method: Tech- niques and Applications. Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley. Lipids Research Clinics Program. 1984. The Lipid Research Clin- ics coronary primary prevention trial results. Journal of the American Medical Association 251:351-374. Lomas, I. 1986. The consensus process and evidence dissemina- tion. Canadian Medical Association Journal ~ 34: ~ 340- ~ 34 ~ . Lomas, J., G. Anderson, M. Enkin, E. Vayda, R. Roberts, and B. MacKinnon. 1988. The role of evidence in the consensus devel- opment process. Knowledge: Creation, Diffusion, Utilization 5~2~:245-261. ~ Louis, T.A., H.V. Fineberg, and F. Mosteller. 1985. Findings for public health from meta-analyses. Annual Review of Public Health 6: I-20. Maier, N. 1963. Leadership principles for problem solving confer- ences. Modification of pp. 239-253 in Maier, N., Problem Solv- ing Discussions and Conferences, New York:- McGraw-Hill (first appeared in Michigan Business Review, pp. 8-15, May 1982~. Maier, N. 1967. Assets and liabilities in group problem solving: The need for an integrative function. Psychological Review 74:239- 249. Markle, G.E., and D.E. Chubin. 1987. Consensus development in biomedicine: The- liver transplant controversy. The Milbank Quar- terly 65(1~: I-24. McGregor, M. 1989. Technology and the allocation of resources. New England Journal of Medicine 320~2~:~-~-120.

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APPENDIX D 79 McNeil, By., and S.G. Pauker. 1984. Decision analysis for public heady: Pnnciples and illustrations. Annual Review of Public Health 5: 135-161. Mullan, F., and I. lacoby. 1985. The town meeting for technology. Journal of the American Medical Association 254:06X-072. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. 1989. Pp. 1-10 of Chapter ~ of draft report on treatment of destructive behaviors in persons with developmental disabilities. Bethesda, Md. Photocopy. National Institutes of Health. 1980. Cervical Cancer Screening: The Pap Smear. Consensus Development Conference Summary 3~41. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. National Institutes of Health. 19X3. Charter of the NTH Coordinat- ing Committee on Assessment and Transfer of Technology. Be- thesda, Md.: National Institutes of Health. Photocopy. National Institutes of Health. 1984. Dental Sealants in the Preven- tion of Tooth Decay. Consensus Development Conference Sum- mary 4~11~. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. National Institutes of Health. 1985. Lowering Blood; Cholesterol to Prevent Heart Disease. Bethesda, Md. Office of Medical Applications of Research, National Institutes of Health. Undated. Office of Medical Applications of Research. Bethesda, Md. Pamphlet. Office of Medical Applications of Research, National Institutes of Health. 1988. Guidelines for the Selection and Management of Consensus Development Conferences. Bethesda, Md. Pamphlet. Oliver, M.F. 1985. Consensus or consensus conferences on coro- nary heart disease. The Lancet i:1087-1089. Olsen, S.A. 1982. Group Planning and Problem Solving Methods in Engineering Management. New York: John Wiley ~ Sons. Pauker, S. 1986. Decision analysis as a synthetic tool for achieving consensus in technological assessment. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 2~:83-97. Perry, S. 1982. The brief life of the National Center for Health Care Technology. New England Journal of Medicine 307~17~:1095- 1100. Perry' S. 1987. The NIH consensus development program: A dec- ade later. New England Journal of Medicine 317:485-488. Perry, S. 1988. Consensus development: An historical note. Tnter- national Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 4:481- 488.

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80 APPENDIX D Perry, S., and I.T. Kalberer, Ir. 1980. The NTH consensus-develop- ment program and the assessment of he~th-care technologies: The first two years. New England Journal of Medicine 303:169-172. Pillemer, D.B. and R.~. Light. 1980. Synthesizing outcomes: How to use research evidence from many sources. Harvard Educa- tional Review 50~2~:176-195. Policy Research Incorporated. 1977. A Comprehensive Study of the Ethicali Legal, and Social Implications of Advances in Bi- omedical and Behavioral Research and Technology: Summary of the Final Report. Baltimore. Porter, A.~.' F.A. Rossini, S.R. Carpenter, and A.T. Roper. 1980. A Guidebook for Technology Assessment and Impact Analysis. New York: North-HoBand. Public Health Service. 1989. Caring for Our Future: The Content of Prenatal Care. Report of the Public Health Service Expert Pane] on the Content of Prenatal Care. Washington, D.C: U.S. Depart- ment of Health and Human Services. Rennie, D. 1981. Consensus statements. New England Journal of Medicine 304:665-666. Riesenberg, D. 1987. Consensus conferences. Journal of the Amer~- can Medical Association 258~19~:2738. Sackett, D.~. 19X9. Rules of evidence and clinical recommenda- tions on the use of antithrombotic agents. Chest 95:2S-4S. Sacks, H.S. , I. merrier, D. Reitman, V.A. Ancona-Berk, and T. C. Chalmers. 1987. Meta-analyses of randomized controlled trials. New England Journal of Medicine 316~8~:450-455. Stocking, B. 1985. First consensus development conference in United Kingdom: On coronary artery bypass grafting, views of audience, panel, and speakers. British Medical Journal 29 ~ :713-7 ~ 6. Thacker, S.B. 1988. Meta-analysis: A quantitative approach to re- search integration. Journal of the American Medical Association 259(11):1685-1689. yang, I. 1986. The consensus development conference and the European experience. International Journal of Technology Assess- ment in Health Care 2:65-76. Winkler, I.D., D.E. Kanouse, Lo. Brodsley, and R.H. Brook. 1986. Popular press coverage of eight National Institutes of Health con- sensus development topics. Journal of the American Medical Association 255~ 1 0~: 1 323- 1 327 .

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APPElIDIX D 81 Wortm an, P.M., and A. Vinokur. 1982. Evaluation of the National Institutes of Health Consensus Development Process, Phase I: Final Report. Ann Arbor: The Institute for Social Research, The Uni- versity of Michigan. Wortm an, P.M., A. Vinokur, and L. Sechrest. 1988. Do consensus conferences work? A process evaluation of the NTH consensus development program. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 13(3):469-498.

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