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Multivariate meta‐analysis using individual participant data Early View

  • Journal: Research Synthesis Methods
  • Authors: R. D. Riley, M. J. Price, D. Jackson, M. Wardle, F. Gueyffier, J. Wang, J. A. Staessen, I. R. White
  • Published Date: Nov 21, 2014

When combining results across related studies, a multivariate meta‐analysis allows the joint synthesis of correlated effect estimates from multiple outcomes. Joint synthesis can improve...

Reporting and handling missing outcome data in mental health: a systematic review of Cochrane systematic reviews and meta‐analyses Early View

  • Journal: Research Synthesis Methods
  • Authors: Loukia M. Spineli, Nikolaos Pandis, Georgia Salanti
  • Published Date: Jan 26, 2015

Objectives The purpose of the study was to provide empirical evidence about the reporting of methodology to address missing outcome data and the acknowledgement of...

Simultaneous synthesis of treatment effects and mapping to a common scale: an alternative to standardisation Early View

  • Journal: Research Synthesis Methods
  • Authors: A. E. Ades, Guobing Lu, Sofia Dias, Evan Mayo‐Wilson, Daphne Kounali
  • Published Date: Jan 23, 2015

Objective Trials often may report several similar outcomes measured on different test instruments. We explored a method for synthesising treatment effect...

A scoping approach to systematically review published reviews: Adaptations and recommendations Early View

  • Journal: Research Synthesis Methods
  • Authors: Annette Schultz, Leah Goertzen, Janet Rothney, Pamela Wener, Jennifer Enns, Gayle Halas, Alan Katz
  • Published Date: Nov 22, 2017

Knowledge translation is a central focus of the health research community, which includes strategies to synthesize published research to support uptake within health care practice and...

A review of the reporting of web searching to identify studies for C ochrane systematic reviews Early View

  • Journal: Research Synthesis Methods
  • Authors: Simon Briscoe
  • Published Date: Nov 09, 2017

The literature searches that are used to identify studies for inclusion in a systematic review should be comprehensively reported. This ensures that the literature searches are transparent...

Searching for trial protocols: A comparison of methods Early View

  • Journal: Research Synthesis Methods
  • Authors: Anthea Sutton, Maria Carmen Galvan De La Cruz, Joanna Leaviss, Andrew Booth
  • Published Date: Nov 22, 2017

Introduction Registration and publication of trial protocols has become increasingly important and a requirement in some sources of funding and publication....

Looking beyond the forest: Using harvest plots, gap analysis, and expert consultations to assess effectiveness, engage stakeholders, and inform policy Early View

  • Journal: Research Synthesis Methods
  • Authors: J. Burns, S. Polus, L. Brereton, J. Chilcott, S.E. Ward, L.M. Pfadenhauer, E.A. Rehfuess
  • Published Date: Nov 22, 2017

We describe a combination of methods for assessing the effectiveness of complex interventions, especially where substantial heterogeneity with regard to the population, intervention,...

Reconciling disparate data to determine the right answer: A grounded theory of meta analysts' reasoning in meta‐analysis Early View

  • Journal: Research Synthesis Methods
  • Authors: Lisa Chan, Mary Ellen Macdonald, Franco A. Carnevale, Russell J. Steele, Ian Shrier
  • Published Date: Sep 03, 2017

While the systematic review process is intended to maximize objectivity and limit researchers' biases, examples remain of discordant recommendations from meta‐analyses. Current guidelines...

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