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Tong et al propose the REPRISE guidelines, which can facilitate comprehensive reporting of studies of research priority setting. Improved transparency may strengthen the acceptability and implementation of the priorities identified, generating evidence that is of importance to all stakeholders.
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van Ravenzwaaij et al suggest that thinking about realistic effect sizes in conjunction with desirable levels of statistical evidence, as well as quantifying statistical evidence with Bayes factors may help improve decision-making for the endorsement of new medications.
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Definitions for systematic reviews are ambiguous. This publication suggests a more specific definition and aims to motivate the research community to establish a clear guideline.
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- Tamara Hughes, BMC, UK
- Anna Melidoni, BMC, UK
- Chiu-Hsieh (Paul) Hsu, University of Arizona
- Livia Puljak, University of Split
- Demosthenes Panagiotakos, Harokopio University
Livia Puljak, MD, PHD is professor at the University of Split School of Medicine in Split, Croatia. Her research interests are focused on methods in evidence-based medicine, clinical epidemiology and pain. She joined BMC Medical Research Methodology as Section Editor 2018.
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