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Table 1 Cross-tabulation of study subject and study type

From: The development of general practice as an academic discipline in Germany - an analysis of research output between 2000 and 2010

  Cross-sectional studies Cohort/case control studies Qualitative studies Interventional studies Systematic reviews Instrumental research Diagnostic studies Other studies
n = 389 n = 99 n = 78 n = 72 n = 72 n = 36 n = 24 n = 24
Health services research (n = 314) 174 (55.5%) 35 (11.1%) 52 (16.6%) 39 (12.4%) 8 (2.5%)    6 (1.9%)
Clinical research (n = 216) 67 (31.0%) 43 (19.9%) 1 (0.5%) 26 (12.0%) 46 (21.3%)   24 (11.1%) 9 (4.2%)
Exploring patients’ views (n = 59) 42 (71.2%) 3 (5.1%) 13 (22.0%)   1 (1.9%)    
Methodology (n = 57) 16 (28.1%) 2 (3.5%) 1 (1.8%) 2 (3.5%) 2 (3.5%) 34 (59.6%)   
Medical education (n = 53) 43 (81.1%) 7 (13.2%) 1 (1.9%)    1 (1.9%)   1 (1.9%)
Various (n = 95) 47 (49.5%) 9 (9.5%) 10 (10.5%) 5551 15 (15.8%) 1 (1.9%)   8 (8.4%)