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    • Applying GRADE to a network meta-analysis of antidepressants led to more conservative conclusions 

      Bonner, Ashley; Alexander, Paul; Brignardello Petersen, Romina; Furukawa, Toshi; Siemieniuk, Reed A.; Zhang, Yuan; Wiercioch, Wojtek; Florez, Ivan D.; Fei, Yutong; Agarwal, Arnav; Yepes-Nuñez, Juan José; Beyene, Joseph; Schünemann, Holger; Guyatt, Gordon H. (Elsevier USA, 2018)
      © 2018 Objective: To explore the impact of applying the Grading of Recommendations and Assessment, Development, and Evaluation (GRADE) approach to assess the certainty of the evidence in a published network meta-analysis ...
    • Decision-Making about healthcare related tests and diagnostic strategies:user testing of GRADE evidence tables 

      Mustafa, Reem; Wiercioch, Wojtek; Santesso, Nancy; Cheung, Adrienne; Prediger, Bárbara; Baldeh, Tejan; Carrasco Labra, Alonso; Brignardello Petersen, Romina; Neumann, Ignacio; Bossuyt, Patrick; Garg, A.; Lelgemann, Monika; Bühler, Diedrich; Brozek, Jan; Schünemann, Holger (PLOS One, 2015)
      Objective:To develop guidance on what information to include and how to present it in tables summarizing the evidence from systematic reviews of test accuracy following the Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development ...
    • Do clinicians want recommendations? A multicenter study comparing evidence summaries with and without GRADE recommendations 

      Neumann, Ignacio; Alonso Coello, Pablo; Vandvik, Per; Agoritsas, Thomas; Mas, Gemma; Akl, Elie; Brignardello Petersen, Romina; Emparanza, José; McCullagh, Lauren; De Sitio, Catherine; McGinn, Thomas; Almodaimegh, Hind; Almodaimegh, Khalid; Rivera, Solange; Rojas, Luis; Stirnemann, Jérôme; Irani, Jihad; Hlais, Sani; Mustafa, Reem; Bdair, Fadi; Aly, Abdelrahman; Kristiansen, Annette; Izcovich, Ariel; Ramírez Morera, Anggie; Brozek, Jan; Guyatt, Gordon H.; Schünemann, Holger (Elsevier, 2018-07)
      Objectives: Evidence-based clinical practice guidelines provide recommendations to assist clinicians in decision-making and to reduce the gap between best current research evidence and clinical practice. However, some argue ...
    • Systematic reviews experience major limitations in reporting absolute effects 

      Alonso Coello, Pablo; Carrasco Labra, Alonso; Brignardello Petersen, Romina; Neumann, Ignacio; Akl, Elie; Vernooij, Robin; Johnston, Brad; Sun, Xin; Briel, Matthias; Busse, Jason; Ebrahim, Shanil; Granados, Carlos; Iorio, Alfonso; Irfan, Affan; Martínez García, Laura; Mustafa, Reem; Ramírez Morers, Anggie; Selva, Anna; Solà, Iván; Sanabria, Andrea; Tikkinen, Kari; Vandvik, Per; Zazueta, Oscar; Zhang, Yuqing; Zhou, Qi; Schünemann, Holger; Guyatt, Gordon H. (Elsevier, 2016)
      Objectives: Expressing treatment effects in relative terms yields larger numbers than expressions in absolute terms, affecting the judgment of the clinicians and patients regarding the treatment options. It is uncertain ...