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As part of our work on the Regression Discontinuity Design for the British Journal of Medicine, we decided we should prepare a short, introductory research paper. We weren’t holding our breath, as we thought that, while obviously interesting to clinicians, the topic may be a little too complex and technical for the BMJ audience. So we tried really hard to strip it out of the technicalities to highlight the substantial points $-$ which they liked!
The paper was reviewed rather quickly and the comments were positive (although iI remember thinking that there was a sense of “you need more, but also much less” (which reminded me of Jeremy from Peep Show)…
Anyway, they seem to have liked the revisions too and the paper is now out.