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COS-STAR: a reporting guideline for studies developing core outcome sets (protocol)

the purposes of the COS reporting guideline development project two additional members will join the research team: Jamie Kirkham (Co-Lead Hub for Trials Methodology Research Outcomes Working Group

A review of the handling of missing longitudinal outcome data in clinical trials

The aim of this review was to establish the frequency with which trials take into account missingness, and to discover what methods trialists use for adjustment in randomised controlled trials with longitudinal measurements. Failing to address the problems that can arise from missing outcome data can result in misleading conclusions. Missing data should be addressed as a means of...

Development of an internationally agreed minimal dataset for juvenile dermatomyositis (JDM) for clinical and research use

Foundation Trust, UK, with a research interest in juvenile dermatomyositis. Dr Jamie Kirkham is a lecturer in biostatistics at the University of Liverpool, Institute of Translational Medicine, UK. Professor

Adverse Drug Reactions in Children—A Systematic Review

Background Adverse drug reactions in children are an important public health problem. We have undertaken a systematic review of observational studies in children in three settings: causing admission to hospital, occurring during hospital stay and occurring in the community. We were particularly interested in understanding how ADRs might be better detected, assessed and avoided...