Poor reporting and inadequate searches were apparent in systematic reviews of adverse effects.

@article{Golder2008PoorRA,
  title={Poor reporting and inadequate searches were apparent in systematic reviews of adverse effects.},
  author={Su Golder and Yoon K Loke and Heather M McIntosh},
  journal={Journal of clinical epidemiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={61 5},
  pages={
          440-8
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Systematic reviews incorporating adverse effects are assuming increasing importance as questions raised extend beyond clinical effectiveness to all effects (beneficial and harmful). The aim of this study was to survey the methods used to identify relevant studies for systematic reviews of adverse effects. STUDY DESIGN AND SETTING All records within the Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects and the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews were scanned for systematic reviews in… CONTINUE READING

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