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Frequency and reasons for outcome reporting bias in clinical trials: Interviews with trialists

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Objectives: To provide information on the frequency and reasons for outcome reporting bias in clinical trials. Design: Trial protocols were compared with subsequent publication(s) to identify any discrepancies in the outcomes reported, and telephone interviews were conducted with the respective trialists to investigate more extensively the reporting of the research and the issue of unreported outcomes. Participants: Chief investigators, or lead or coauthors of trials, were identified from two...

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10.1136/bmj.c7153

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Journal:
BMJ
Volume:
342
Issue:
7789
Pages:
155-155
Publication date:
2011-01-15
DOI:
EISSN:
1756-1833
URN:
uuid:742a3eff-29a0-4cf0-a8a3-392b0470846a
Source identifiers:
179060
Local pid:
pubs:179060
Language:
English

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