The CPRD database releases listed below include a digital object identifier (DOI). This means that specific database versions can be cited in publications.
This supports transparent, reproducible research and provides additional assurance of data provenance.
Please click on the title below for more detail and information about how to cite the data in a publication.
Information is also available from DataCite at DataCite Search
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