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heiDOK – The Heidelberg Document Repository

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heiDOK is the Open Access platform at Heidelberg University. It provides members of the university with the opportunity to publish their research output for free, according to the Open Access guidelines. Currently it contains 22,682 publications with free access to the electronic full text.

The Open Journal System Heidelberg, also hosted by Heidelberg University Library, is an international platform for the publication of E-Journals. Heidelberg University Library is happy to support you by publishing your research output in Open Access.

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1. Ahern, Susan ; Woods, Noel ; Kalmus, Olivier ; Birch, Stephen ; Listl, Stefan (2019) Needs-based planning for the oral health workforce - development and application of a simulation model. Human Resources for Health, 17 (55). pp. 1-9. ISSN 1478-4491
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2. Wilhelm, Danielle ; Lohmann, Julia ; De Allegri, Manuela ; Chinkhumba, Jobiba ; Muula, Adamson S. ; Brenner, Stephan (2019) Quality of maternal obstetric and neonatal care in low-income countries: development of a composite index. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 19 (154). pp. 1-13. ISSN 1471-2288
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3. Buß, Marlen (2019) "Schuld" oder "Unschuld" sprachlicher Zeichen. Exemplarische Analyse Hitlers "Rede auf NSDAP-Versammlung in Kiel" (1932) und von Weizsäckers Gedenkrede "Der 8. Mai - vierzig Jahre danach" (1985). [Master's thesis]
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4. Weber, Dorothea ; Uhlmann, Lorenz ; Schönenberger, Silvia ; Kieser, Meinhard (2019) Adaptive propensity score procedure improves matching in prospective observational trials. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 19 (150). pp. 1-11. ISSN 1471-2288
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