A recent study suggests there’s “moderate agreement” between opinion- and data-based assessments of bias in randomized trials.
The study was published in the May issue of the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
“Most trial pairs found to be discrepant empirically were judged to be equally biased by assessors,” researchers concluded. “We found moderate agreement between opinion and data-based evidence in pairs where assessors ranked one trial as more biased.”
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