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    • 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 ...
    • Improving GRADE evidence tables part 1: a randomized trial shows improved understanding of content in summary of findings tables with a new format 

      Carrasco Labra, Alonso; Brignardello Petersen, Romina; Santesso, Nancy; Neumann, Ignacio; Mustafa, Reem; Mbuagbaw, Lawrence; Etxeandia Ikobaltzeta, Itziar; De Stio, Catherine; McCullagh, Lauren; Alonso Coello, Pablo; Meerpohl, Joerg; Vandvik, Per; Brozek, Jan; Akl, Elie; Bossuyt, Patrick; Churchill, Rachel; Glenton, Claire; Rosenbaum, Sarah; Tugwell, Peter; Welch, Vivian; Garner, Paul; Guyatt, Gordon H.; Sch€unemann, Holger (Elsevier, 2016)
      Objectives: The current format of summary of findings (SoFs) tables for presenting effect estimates and associated quality of evidence improve understanding and assist users finding key information in systematic reviews. ...
    • Living cumulative network meta-analysis to reduce waste in research: A paradigmatic shift for systematic reviews? 

      Vandvik, Per; Brignardello Petersen, Romina; Guyatt, Gordon H. (BIOMED CENTRAL, 2016)
      In a recent research article in BMC Medicine, Crequit and colleagues demonstrate how published systematic reviews in lung cancer provide a fragmented, out-of-date picture of the evidence for all treatments. The results and ...
    • Reporting missing participant data in randomised trials: systematic survey of the methodological literature and a proposed guide 

      Akl, Elie A; Shawwa, Khaled; Kahale, Lara A.; Agoritsas, Thomas; Brignardello Petersen, Romina; Busse, Jason W.; Carrasco Labra, Alonso; Ebrahim, Shanil; Johnston, Bradley C.; Neumann, Ignacio; Solà, Iván; Sun, Xin; Vandvik, Per; Zhang, Yuqing; Alonso Coello, Pablo; Guyatt, Gordon H. (BMJ Publishing Group, 2015)
      Objectives We conducted a systematic survey of the methodological literature to identify recommended approaches for how and what randomised clinical trial (RCT) authors should report on missing participant data and, on the ...
    • 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 ...