Lecture 23 CONSORT and STROBE (1)

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Lecture 23: State of the Science Consort and Probe
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Objectives 1. Review some published standards for the reporting (and critical analysis) of epidemiologic studies: A. CONSORT (trials) (“Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials”) B. STROBE (observational studies) (“Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology”) 2. Demonstrate that you now know so much about the core concepts and principles of epidemiology that you are fully able to understand (and maybe apply) these “state of the art standards” http://www.consort-statement.org/consort-statement/ http://www.strobe-statement.org/index.php?id=available-checklists
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Threats to Validity Study Design as Planned Study Design as Implemented/ Achieved/ Documented Internal Validity randomization blinding of subjects blinding of researchers, clinical personnel, lab techs, etc compliance/adherence drop-outs and selection bias (in outcomes and related variables) cross-overs and selection bias (in outcome and related variables)
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