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Guideline conflict of interest management and methodology heavily impacts on the strength of recommendations: comparison between two iterations of the American College of Chest Physicians Antithrombotic Guidelines Agoritsas, Thomas; Neumann, Ignacio; Mendoza, Carolina; Guyatt, Gordon H 2017
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Declarations and conflicts of interest in WHO guidelines Wang, Xiaoqin; Chen, Yaolong; Yao, Liang; Zhou, Qi; ... Norris, Susan L 2017
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A guide for health professionals to interpret and use recommendations in guidelines developed with the GRADE approach Neumann, Ignacio; Santesso, Nancy; Akl, Elie A; Rind, David M; ... Guyatt, Gordon H 2016
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The choice of the noninferiority margin in clinical trials was driven by baseline risk, type of primary outcome, and benefits of new treatment Gayet-Ageron, Angèle; Agoritsas, Thomas; Rudaz, Sandrine; Courvoisier, Delphine; Perneger, Thomas 2015
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Online accesses to medical research articles on publication predicted citations up to 15 years later Perneger, Thomas 2015
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Comparison of noninferiority margins reported in protocols and publications showed incomplete and inconsistent reporting Dekkers, Olaf; Cevallos, Myriam; Bührer, Jonas; Poncet, Antoine; ... Egger, Matthias 2015
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P < 5 × 10(-8) has emerged as a standard of statistical significance for genome-wide association studies Jannot Berthier, Anne-Sophie; Ehret, Georg Benedikt; Perneger, Thomas 2015
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Adherence measurement and patient recruitment methods are poor in intervention trials to improve patient adherence Jeffery, Rebecca A; Navarro, Tamara; Wilczynski, Nancy L; Iserman, Emma C; ... Haynes, R Brian 2014
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Citation bias favoring statistically significant studies was present in medical research Jannot, Anne-Sophie; Agoritsas, Thomas; Gayet-Ageron, Angèle; Perneger, Thomas 2013
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Time-dependent study entries and exposures in cohort studies can easily be sources of different and avoidable types of bias Wolkewitz, Martin; Allignol, Arthur; Harbarth, Stéphan Juergen; de Angelis, Giulia; ... Beyersmann, Jan 2012
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Numbering questionnaires had no impact on the response rate and only a slight influence on the response content of a patient safety culture survey: a randomized trial Kundig, François; Staines, Anthony; Kinge, Thompson; Perneger, Thomas 2011
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Performance of logistic regression modeling: beyond the number of events per variable, the role of data structure Courvoisier, Delphine; Combescure, Christophe; Agoritsas, Thomas; Gayet-Ageron, Angèle; Perneger, Thomas 2011
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Study design attributes influenced patients' willingness to participate in clinical research: a randomized vignette-based study Agoritsas, Thomas; Deom, Marie; Perneger, Thomas 2011
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Citation analysis of identical consensus statements revealed journal-related bias Perneger, Thomas 2010
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Geriatrics index of comorbidity was the most accurate predictor of death in geriatric hospital among six comorbidity scores Zekry Berger, Dina Selma; Loures Valle, B. H.; Lardi Robyn, Claudia; Graf, Christoph; ... Herrmann, François 2010
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Hierarchical modeling gave plausible estimates of associations between metabolic syndrome and components of antiretroviral therapy Young, Jim; Glass, T. R.; Bernasconi, Enos; Rickenbach, Martin; ... Bucher, H. C. 2009
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Citations to trials of nicotine replacement therapy were biased toward positive results and high-impact-factor journals Etter, Jean-François; Stapleton, John 2009
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Interactive triage simulator revealed important variability in both process and outcome of emergency triage Rutschmann, Olivier Thierry; Kossovsky, Michel; Geissbuhler, Antoine; Perneger, Thomas; ... Sarasin, François 2006
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Sample size calculation should be performed for design accuracy in diagnostic test studies Flahault, Antoine; Cadilhac, Michel; Thomas, Guy 2005
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Medical researchers evaluate their methodological skills Perneger, Thomas; Ricou, Bara; Boulvain, Michel; Bovier, Patrick; ... Burnand, Bernard 2004
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