Comparison of outcomes and other variables between conference abstracts and subsequent peer-reviewed papers involving pre-harvest or abattoir-level interventions against foodborne pathogens.

@article{Snedeker2010ComparisonOO,
  title={Comparison of outcomes and other variables between conference abstracts and subsequent peer-reviewed papers involving pre-harvest or abattoir-level interventions against foodborne pathogens.},
  author={Kate G Snedeker and Mollie Campbell and Sarah C Totton and Alessia D Guthrie and Jan Sargeant},
  journal={Preventive veterinary medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={97 2},
  pages={67-76}
}
Accuracy in the reporting of studies in conference abstracts is important because the majority of studies in such abstracts are never further detailed in peer-reviewed publications, and data from such abstracts may be used in systematic reviews. Previous research on interventional studies in human biomedicine indicates that there is no guarantee of consistency between a conference abstract and paper in the reporting of results and other key variables. However, no research has been done to… CONTINUE READING

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