Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses of individual participant data: the PRISMA-IPD Statement.

@article{Stewart2015PreferredRI,
  title={Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses of individual participant data: the PRISMA-IPD Statement.},
  author={Lesley Anne Stewart and Michael Clarke and Maroeska Rovers and Richard D Riley and Mark Simmonds and Gavin Bruce Stewart and Jayne F. Tierney},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={2015},
  volume={313 16},
  pages={
          1657-65
        }
}
IMPORTANCE Systematic reviews and meta-analyses of individual participant data (IPD) aim to collect, check, and reanalyze individual-level data from all studies addressing a particular research question and are therefore considered a gold standard approach to evidence synthesis. They are likely to be used with increasing frequency as current initiatives to share clinical trial data gain momentum and may be particularly important in reviewing controversial therapeutic areas. OBJECTIVE To… CONTINUE READING
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