Rasmus Moustgaard

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BACKGROUND Dealing with heterogeneity in meta-analyses is often tricky, and there is only limited advice for authors on what to do. We investigated how authors addressed different degrees of heterogeneity, in particular whether they used a fixed effect model, which assumes that all the included studies are estimating the same true effect, or a random(More)
OBJECTIVES The Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development, and Evaluation (GRADE) working group has developed GRADE evidence profiles (EP) and summary of findings (SoF) tables to present evidence summaries in systematic reviews, clinical guidelines, and health technology assessments. Explanatory notes are used to explain choices and judgments in(More)
The productivity of major Danish research milieus were compared and Denmark was compared with Norway and Sweden. Number and proportion of articles published in the 200 and 500 most cited journals increased over the years (p < 0.0001). Sweden had approximately twice as many articles as Denmark which had twice as many as Norway. The universities, private(More)
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