Methods for the bias adjustment of meta-analyses of published observational studies
Background: A unique challenge in meta-analysis of observational studies is bias adjustment. Two different approaches have been proposed for doing this - using summary scores versus component scores. The prevailing view on this matter is that summary quality scores are inaccurate because information from its components can cancel each other out. Methods: A head-to-head comparison of the component score adjustment with our method using summary scores is undertaken, using data reported by the...[Show more]
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