Discrepancies Between Prespecified and Reported Outcomes

  title={Discrepancies Between Prespecified and Reported Outcomes},
  author={E. Slade and Henry Drysdale and B. Goldacre},
  journal={Annals of Internal Medicine},
  • E. Slade, Henry Drysdale, B. Goldacre
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • Annals of Internal Medicine
  • TO THE EDITOR: Gepner and colleagues' article (1) reports outcomes that differ from those initially registered (2). One prespecified primary outcome was reported incorrectly as a secondary outcome. In addition, the article reports 5 primary outcomes and 9 secondary outcomes that were not prespecified without flagging them as such. One prespecified secondary outcome also was not reported anywhere in the article. Annals of Internal Medicine endorses the CONSORT (Consolidated Standards of… CONTINUE READING
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