Example sentences for: peer-reviewed

How can you use “peer-reviewed” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Doctors, patients, and their advocates do not have ready access to the combined peer-reviewed evidence from medical research.

  • The first approach presented, the Base Estimate, is a peer-reviewed method developed for previous risk and benefit-cost assessments carried out by the Environmental Protection Agency.

  • To develop these profiles, data from OCCP on disposition at discharge were supplemented with information from the Alberta Ambulatory Care Costing project [ 21 ] , the Canadian Diabetes Association [ 6 ] , the Heart Disease and Stroke Foundation of Canada [ 22 23 ] , Health Canada [ 23 24 25 ] , Canadian clinical practice guidelines [ 26 27 28 ] , other government and institutional reports [ 29 30 31 32 33 ] , provider survey data on day care and cardiac rehabilitation, and peer-reviewed literature [ 34 35 36 37 38 ] . In order to maintain consistency with the OCCP data, Ontario provincial fee schedules and formulary [ 39 40 41 ] were used as unit cost sources for physician-related care, laboratory tests, and medications.

  • The results of the study itself must be independently peer-reviewed no later than January 1, 2009.

  • In any case, it is a perfectly reasonable premise that governments should attach conditions to grants mandating public access to resulting peer-reviewed, published articles.


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