The goal of the web-based activity is to gather data that will permit us to establish generalizable estimates of the stability of effects that systematic reviewers and users of systematic reviews expect from the GRADE approach to be useful for decision making. The project is a collaboration between the Austrian Cochrane Branch (located at Danube University, Krems, Austria) and RTI International, USA.
|Duration||01/01/2014 - 28/02/2015|
|Principle investigator for the project (Danube University Krems)||Univ.-Prof Dr. Gerald Gartlehner, MPH|
|Project members||Evelyn Auer Dr. Anna Glechner Dr. Barbara Nußbaumer-Streit, MSc BSc Ass. Prof. Mag. Isolde Sommer, PhD MPH Ines Steiner|
Gartlehner, G.; Dobrescu, A.; Swinson Evans, T.; Bann, C.; Robinson, K.A.; Reston, J.; Thaler, K.; Skelly, A.; Glechner, A.; Peterson, K.; Kien, C.; Lohr, K.N. (2015). Assessing the Predictive Validity of Strength of Evidence Grades: A Meta-Epidemiological Study. AHRQ Methods for Effective Health Care, Publication No. 15-EHC028-EF: n.a. (online)
Gartlehner, G.; Sommer, I.; Evans, T.S.; Thaler, K.; Lohr, K.N. (2015). Grades for quality of evidence were associated with distinct likelihoods that treatment effects will remain stable. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 68: 489-497
The predictive validity of GRADE
Evidence Live, University of Oxford, UK, 13/04/2015