The following HTML text is provided to enhance online
readability. Many aspects of typography translate only awkwardly to HTML.
Please use the page image
as the authoritative form to ensure accuracy.
Finding What Works in Health Care: Standards for Systematic Reviews
Kahan, J. P., R. E. Park, L. L. Leape, S. J. Bernstein, L. H. Hilborne, L. Parker, C. J. Kamberg, D. J. Ballard, and R. H. Brooke. 1996. Variations in specialty in physician ratings of the appropriateness and necessity of indications for procedures. Medical Care 34(6):512–523.
Lavis, J., H. Davies, A. Oxman, J. L. Denis, K. Golden-Biddle, and E. Ferlie. 2005. Towards systematic reviews that inform health care management and policy-making. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 10(Suppl 1):35–48.
Liberati, A., D. G. Altman, J. Tetzlaff, C. Mulrow, P. C. Gotzsche, J. Ioannidis, M. Clarke, P. J. Devereaux, J. Kleijnen, and D. Moher. 2009. The PRISMA statement for reporting systematic reviews and meta-analyses of studies that evaluate health care interventions: Explanation and elaboration. Annals of Internal Medicine 151(4):W1–W30.
McPartland, J. M. 2009. Obesity, the endocannabinoid system, and bias arising from pharmaceutical sponsorship. PLoS One 4(3):e5092.
Moher, D., J. Tetzlaff, A. C. Tricco, M. Sampson, and D. G. Altman. 2007. Epidemiology and reporting characteristics of systematic reviews. PLoS Medicine 4(3): 447–455.
Mulrow, C., P. Langhorne, and J. Grimshaw. 1997. Integrating heterogeneous pieces of evidence in systematic reviews. Annals of Internal Medicine 127(11):989–995.
Murphy, M. K., N. A. Black, D. L. Lamping, C. M. McKee, C. F. Sanderson, J. Askham, and T. Marteur. 1998. Consensus development methods, and their use in clinical guideline development. Health Technology Assessment 2(3):1–88.
NIH (National Institutes of Health). 2010. The NIH Consensus Development Program. Kensington, MD: NIH Consensus Development Program Information Center. http://consensus.nih.gov/aboutcdp.htm (accessed July 16, 2010).
Oxman, A., and G. Guyatt. 1993. The science of reviewing research. Annals of the NewYork Academy of Sciences 703:125–133.
Pagliari, C., and J. Grimshaw. 2002. Impact of group structure and process on multidisciplinary evidence-based guideline development: An observational study. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 8(2):145–153.
Richardson, W. S., M. S. Wilson, J. Mishikawa, and R. S. A. Hayward. 1995. The well-built clinical question: A key to evidence based decisions. ACP Journal Club 123(3):A12–A13.
Rockey, S. J., and F. S. Collins. 2010. Managing financial conflict of interest in biomedical research. JAMA 303(23):2400–2402.
Roundtree, A. K., M. A. Kallen, M. A. Lopez-Olivo, B. Kimmel, B. Skidmore, Z. Ortiz, V. Cox, and M. E. Suarez-Almazor. 2008. Poor reporting of search strategy and conflict of interest in over 250 narrative and systematic reviews of two biologic agents in arthritis: A systematic review. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 62(2):128–137.
Sacks, H. S., J. Berrier, D. Reitman, V. A. Ancona-Berk, and T. C. Chalmers. 1987. Metaanalyses of randomized controlled trials. New England Journal of Medicine 316(8):450–455.