Outcome Reporting Bias (selective reporting of outcomes)
In the field of outcome reporting bias, I have developed useable tools and statistical methodologies for researchers to detect, prevent and adjust for this problem. The activities have involved collaborative projects, the development of workshops, seminars, research meetings and the development of an interactive website such that methods can be applied more widely by non-methodologists.
Core Outcome Sets
In the field of Core Outcome Sets, I have contributed both to projects that look to developement core outcome sets but also methodological aspects associated with achieving consensus and reporting guidance.
Research Group Membership
- Medical Statistics
- Core Outcome Set for intervention trials in Postpartum Haemorrhage
- Development of an Internationally agreed Minimal Dataset for Juvenile Dermatomyositis (JDM); a rare but severe, potentially life-threatening, childhood rheumatological condition
- Multivariate meta-analysis of multiple correlated outcomes: development and application of methods, with empirical investigation of clinical impact
- MIROR Methods in research on research
- Development of an interactive website for outcome reporting bias research
- Cost-effective modelling for benefit-risk assessment - PhD Studentship for Heather Catt
- Development of a quality assessment tool for core outcome set development
- ORBIT II: Outcome Reporting Bias In Trials
- Selective reporting in clinical trials: a feasibility study for examining discrepencies between trial protocols and trial publications submitted to journals
- Consolidating guidelines for the prevention, detection and appraisal of reporting biases in clinical trials
- Outcome Reporting Bias in Trials: UK / Japan Research Collaboration
- Evaluation & refinement of pan-flu triage tools
Prescribing audit of newly qualified doctors
Australasian Cochrane Centre
External: Monash University
Cochrane Systematic Review: BIAS FROM THE SELECTIVE INCLUSION AND REPORTING OF OUTCOMES IN SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS OF RANDOMISED TRIALS OF HEALTH CARE INTERVENTIONS
NASH (National Audit of Seizure management in Hospitals)
To carry out a full cycle audit project that will assess and improve services for people with epilepsy against targets derived from National Guidelines.