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Extracting data from diagnostic test accuracy studies for meta-analysis
It is important that DTA reviews summarise all the available evidence. Studies in which the necessary information is not fully reported should not necessarily be excluded from pooled analyses. As reported in this article, ...
Dealing with categorical risk data when extracting data for meta-analysis
A common problem in meta-analysis of observational studies arises when the exposure variable is categorical rather than continuous. These data may be referred to as quantile or quintile data (depending on the number of ...
The Africa Ethics Working Group (AEWG): a model of collaboration for psychiatric genomic research in Africa [version 1; peer review: awaiting peer review]
The Africa Ethics Working Group (AEWG) is a South-South-North collaboration of bioethics and mental health researchers from sub-Saharan Africa, working to tackle emerging ethical challenges in global mental health research. ...
How to build a game for empirical bioethics research: The case of ‘Tracing Tomorrow’
It is becoming increasingly clear that the field of empirical bioethics requires methodological innovations that can keep up with the scale and pace of contemporary research in health and medicine. With that in mind, we ...
Burden of cancer trial participation: A qualitative sub-study of the INTERIM feasibility RCT
A qualitative sub-study was carried out within a larger phase II feasibility trial, to identify and describe the burden experienced by advanced melanoma patients participating in a clinical trial and the factors affecting ...