The PRISMA Extension Statement for Reporting of Systematic Reviews Incorporating Network Meta-analyses of Health Care Interventions: Checklist and Explanations
The process of developing specific advice for the reporting of systematic reviews that incorporate network meta-analyses is described, and the guidance generated from this process is presented.
Graphical methods and numerical summaries for presenting results from multiple-treatment meta-analysis: an overview and tutorial.
Comparative efficacy and tolerability of 15 antipsychotic drugs in schizophrenia: a multiple-treatments meta-analysis
Graphical Tools for Network Meta-Analysis in STATA
- A. Chaimani, J. Higgins, D. Mavridis, P. Spyridonos, G. Salanti
- Computer SciencePLoS ONE
- 3 October 2013
This paper provides a set of STATA routines that can be easily employed to present the evidence base, evaluate the assumptions, fit the network meta-analysis model and interpret its results.
Comparative efficacy and acceptability of 12 new-generation antidepressants: a multiple-treatments meta-analysis
Indirect and mixed‐treatment comparison, network, or multiple‐treatments meta‐analysis: many names, many benefits, many concerns for the next generation evidence synthesis tool
- G. Salanti
- PsychologyResearch Synthesis Methods
- 1 June 2012
The ever increasing number of alternative treatment options and the plethora of clinical trials have put systematic reviews and meta‐analysis under a new perspective by emphasizing the need to make…
Comparative efficacy and acceptability of 21 antidepressant drugs for the acute treatment of adults with major depressive disorder: a systematic review and network meta-analysis
Evaluation of networks of randomized trials
- G. Salanti, J. Higgins, A. Ades, J. Ioannidis
- Computer ScienceStatistical Methods in Medical Research
- 1 June 2008
The concept of inconsistency and methods that have been proposed to evaluate it as well as the methodological gaps that remain are discussed and the implications of inconsistency, network geometry and asymmetry in informing the planning of future trials are discussed.
Hardy–Weinberg equilibrium in genetic association studies: an empirical evaluation of reporting, deviations, and power
- G. Salanti, G. Amountza, E. Ntzani, J. Ioannidis
- BiologyEuropean Journal of Human Genetics
- 1 July 2005
Empirical evidence suggests that, even in high profile genetics journals, testing and reporting for HWE is often neglected and deviations are rarely admitted in the published reports, and power is limited for Hwe testing in most current genetic association studies.