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International Consensus Development Bibliography Ahrens, E.H. 1985. The diet heart question in 1985: Has it really been settled? The Lancet i:1085-1087. Andreasen, P.B. 1987. La technologie medicate dans un petit pays au systems de protection sociale avance, le cas du Danemark. In Systemes de sante, pouvoirs publics et financeurs: Qui controle quoi? I-a Documentation Frangaise 149-154. Andreasen, P.B. 198X. 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, Dif- fusion, Utilization 53:369-3X5. Backe, B., and P. Nafstad. 1989. Development in practice of diag- nostic ultrasound in Norway after the consensus conference rec- ommending routine screening (abstract). Paper presented at the Fifth Annual Meeting of the International Society of Technology Assessment in Health Care, London. Battista, R.N., and S.W. Fletcher. 1987. Making recommendations on preventive practices: Methodologic issues. Paper prepared for the International Symposium on Preventive Services in Primary Care: Issues and Strategies, October 4-7, Quebec, Canada. Battista, R.N., and S.W. Fletcher. 1988. Making recommendations on preventive practices: Methodological issues. American Jour- nal of Preventive Medicine 4~4~(Suppl.~:53-67. 155

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156 CONSENSUS DEVELOPMENT Battista, R.N., and R.S. Lawrence. 1988. Implementing preventive servicesIntroduction. American Journal of Preventive Medi- cine 4~4~(Suppl.~:~-2. Burke, I.F., H.S. Jordan, C.M. Boyle, and E. Vanner. 1981. An impact study of the consensus development conference on suppor- tive therapy in burn care. Report 0-341-132/3718. Boston, Mass.: Health Research Institute, Inc., and Washington, D.C.: U.S. Gov- ernment Printing Office. Calitorp, I. 19XX. Consensus development conferences in Sweden: Effects on health policy and administration. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 4:75-~. Canadian Task Force on the Periodic Health Examination. 1979. The periodic health examination. Canadian Medical Association Journal 121: ~ 193-1254. Canadian Task Force on the Periodic Health Examination. 1984. The periodic health examination: 2. 1984 Update. Canadian Medical Association Journal 130: 1278- 1285. Canadian Task Force on the Periodic Health Examination. 1986. The periodic health examination: 2. 1985 Update. Canadian Medical Association Journal 135:724-727. Canadian Task Force on the Periodic Health Examination. 1988. The periodic health examination: 2. 1987 Update. Canadian Medical Association Journal 138:618-626. Canadian Task Force on the Periodic Health Examination. 1989. The periodic health examination: 2. 1989 Update. Canadian Medical Association Journal 141:209-216. Casparie, A.F., and I.~.E. van Everdingen. 1985. Consensus devel- opment conferences in The Netherlands. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 1:905-912. Casparie, A.F., and IRE. van Everdingen. 1985. Consensus devel- opment in The Netherlands. European Newsletter on Quality As- surance 2:l,5. Casparie, A.F., N.S. Klazinga, I.~.E. van Everdingen, and P.P. Touw. 1987. Health-care providers resolve clinical controversies: The Dutch consensus approach. Australian Clinical Review 7~24~:43- 47. Fink, A., I. Kosecoff, M. Chassin, and R.H. Brook. 1984. Consen- sus methods: Characteristics and guidelines for use. American Journal of Public Health 74~9~:979-983. Forsythe, M. 1985. Personal view. British Medical Journal 290:63.

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INTERNATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 157 Goodman, C., ed. 1988. Medical Technology Assessment Direc- tory. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Greer, A. 1988. The state of the art versus the state of the science. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 4:5-26. Henig, R.M. 19X5. The process and provocations of consensus. Medical World News 14~0ctober):96-~11. 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. Institute of Medicine. 1985. Assessing Medical Technologies. Wash- ington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Institute of Medicine. 1990. Consensus Development at the NTH Improving the Program. Press. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Jacoby, I. 1983. Biomedical technology, information dissemination and the NIH consensus development process. Knowledge: Crea- tion, Diffusion, Utilization 5~2~:245-261. lacoby, 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 2:420-432. Jacoby, I. 1988. Evidence and consensus. Journal of the American Medical Association 259~20~:3039. Jacoby, I., and S.M. Clark. 1986. Direct mailing as a means of disseminating NTH consensus statements. Journal of the Amer~- can Medical Association 255 ~ 1 0~: 1 32 8- 1 3 30. Iacoby, I., and S. Pauker. 1986. Technology assessment in health care: Group process and decision theory. Israeli Journal of Medi- cal Science 22:~83-190. Jacoby I., and M. Rose. 1986. Transfer of information and its im- pact on medical practice: The U.S. experience. International Jour- nal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 2~1): 107- 115. Jennett, B. 1985. First consensus development conference in the United Kingdom: On coronary artery bypass grafting, commen- tary by the chairman of the conference. British Medical Journal 291:716-718. lohnsson, 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.

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158 CONSENSUS DEVELOPME]VT Kahan, I.P., D.E. Kanouse, and I.D. Winkler. 1988. Stylistic vari- ations in National Institutes of Health consensus statements, 1979- 83. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 4~2~:289-304. Kanouse, D.E., and T. Jacoby. 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, I.D. Winkler, I. Kosecoff, S.H. Berry, G.M. Carter, I.P. Kahan, L. McCloskey, W.H. Rogers, C.M. Winslow, G.M. Anderson, L. Brodsley, A. Fink, and L. Meredith. 1989. Changing medical practice through technology assessment: An evaluation of the NIH consensus development program. Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND Corporation. Klazinga, N.S., A.F. Caspar~e, and I.~.E. van Everdingen. 1987. Contribution of medical decision-making to consensus develop- ment conferences. Health Policy X:339-346. Klazinga, N.S., A.F. Casparie, and J.~.E. van Everdingen. 1988. Quality assurance on the crossroad of medical decisionmaking and management of the health care process in the hospital (ab- stract). Theoretical Surgery 3:42-43. 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. 19X7. 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., and R.A. Polish. 1988. The consensus statements on adjuv ant chemotherapy in breast cancer: Fact or artifact. Amen- can Journal of Oncology ~ ~ :73-76. Lomas, I. 1986. The consensus process and evidence dissemination. Canadian Medical Association Journal 134:1340-1341. Comas, I., G.M. Anderson, M.W. Enkin, E. Vayda, R. Roberts, and B. MacKinnon. 1988. The role of evidence in the consensus exercise, results from a Canadian consensus exercise. Journal of the American Medical Association 259~20~:3001-3005. Lomas, I., G.M. Anderson, K. Domnick-Pierre, E. Vayda, M.W. Enkin, and W.~. Hannah. 1989. Do practice guidelines guide practice? The effect of a consensus statement on the practice of physicians. New England Journal of Medicine 32 I: ~ 306- ~ 3 ~ ~ .

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