JGIMJournal of General Internal Medicine
JGIMJournal of Global Information Management
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Adhesive Tape and Intravascular-Catheter-Associated Infections" JGIM June 1999: Vol.
In her sample, some 40% of JFP articles, 25% of JGIM articles, and 3% of JAMA articles were based on data from primary care settings.
Six issues of JFP and JGIM and eight issues of JAMA were required to obtain a comparable number of articles, arbitrarily preset at between 30 and 35.
About 40% of studies published in JFP were conducted in community-based practice, ie, in doctors' offices outside hospital clinics or in HMOS, compared with approximately 25% in JGIM and 3% in JAMA.