Improving the reporting of public health intervention research: advancing TREND and CONSORT.

@article{Armstrong2008ImprovingTR,
  title={Improving the reporting of public health intervention research: advancing TREND and CONSORT.},
  author={Rebecca Armstrong and Elizabeth Waters and Laurence Moore and Elisha Riggs and Luis Gabriel Cuervo and Pisake Lumbiganon and Penelope Hawe},
  journal={Journal of public health},
  year={2008},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={103-9}
}
BACKGROUND Evidence-based public health decision-making depends on high quality and transparent accounts of what interventions are effective, for whom, how and at what cost. Improving the quality of reporting of randomized and non-randomized study designs through the CONSORT and TREND statements has had a marked impact on the quality of study designs. However, public health users of systematic reviews have been concerned with the paucity of synthesized information on context, development and… CONTINUE READING
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