Quinn Grundy
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‘Spin’in published biomedical literature: A methodological systematic review
K Chiu, Q Grundy, L Bero
PLoS Biology 15 (9), e2002173, 2017
Challenges in assessing mobile health app quality: a systematic review of prevalent and innovative methods
QH Grundy, Z Wang, LA Bero
American journal of preventive medicine 51 (6), 1051-1059, 2016
Tobacco industry denormalisation as a tobacco control intervention: a review
RE Malone, Q Grundy, LA Bero
Tobacco Control 21 (2), 162-170, 2012
The one-to-one relationship: is it really key to an effective preceptorship experience? A review of the literature
FL Luhanga, D Billay, Q Grundy, F Myrick, O Yonge
International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship 7 (1), 2010
Data sharing practices of medicines related apps and the mobile ecosystem: traffic, content, and network analysis
Q Grundy, K Chiu, F Held, A Continella, L Bero, R Holz
bmj 364, 2019
The influence of industry sponsorship on the research agenda: a scoping review
A Fabbri, A Lai, Q Grundy, LA Bero
American journal of public health 108 (11), e9-e16, 2018
Why having a (nonfinancial) interest is not a conflict of interest
LA Bero, Q Grundy
PLoS biology 14 (12), e2001221, 2016
Prevalence of disclosed conflicts of interest in biomedical research and associations with journal impact factors and altmetric scores
Q Grundy, AG Dunn, FT Bourgeois, E Coiera, L Bero
Jama 319 (4), 408-409, 2018
Interactions between non-physician clinicians and industry: a systematic review
Q Grundy, L Bero, R Malone
PLoS medicine 10 (11), e1001561, 2013
A health app developer’s guide to law and policy: a multi-sector policy analysis
L Parker, T Karliychuk, D Gillies, B Mintzes, M Raven, Q Grundy
BMC medical informatics and decision making 17 (1), 1-13, 2017
Mental health messages in prominent mental health apps
L Parker, L Bero, D Gillies, M Raven, B Mintzes, J Jureidini, Q Grundy
The Annals of Family Medicine 16 (4), 338-342, 2018
Decoding disclosure: Comparing conflict of interest policy among the United States, France, and Australia
Q Grundy, R Habibi, A Shnier, C Mayes, W Lipworth
Health Policy 122 (5), 509-518, 2018
Tracing the potential flow of consumer data: a network analysis of prominent health and fitness apps
Q Grundy, FP Held, LA Bero
Journal of medical Internet research 19 (6), e233, 2017
Nursing preceptorship experiences in rural settings:“I would work here for free”
OJ Yonge, F Myrick, LM Ferguson, Q Grundy
Nurse Education in Practice 13 (2), 125-131, 2013
How private is your mental health app data? An empirical study of mental health app privacy policies and practices
L Parker, V Halter, T Karliychuk, Q Grundy
International journal of law and psychiatry 64, 198-204, 2019
A cross-sectional analysis of pharmaceutical industry-funded events for health professionals in Australia
A Fabbri, Q Grundy, B Mintzes, S Swandari, R Moynihan, E Walkom, ...
BMJ open 7 (6), e016701, 2017
Marketing and the most trusted profession: the invisible interactions between registered nurses and industry
Q Grundy, LA Bero, RE Malone
Annals of internal medicine 164 (11), 733-739, 2016
Conflict of interest as ethical shorthand: understanding the range and nature of “non-financial conflict of interest” in biomedicine
Q Grundy, C Mayes, K Holloway, S Mazzarello, BD Thombs, L Bero
Journal of clinical epidemiology 120, 1-7, 2020
The" Hot Potato" of mental health app regulation: a critical case study of the australian policy arena
L Parker, L Bero, D Gillies, M Raven, Q Grundy
International journal of health policy and management 8 (3), 168, 2019
“Whether something cool is good enough”: The role of evidence, sales representatives and nurses' expertise in hospital purchasing decisions
Q Grundy
Social Science & Medicine 165, 82-91, 2016
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