Publication Bias and Outcome Switching: Threats to Evidence Assessment

Publication bias is a growing problem in evidence-based practice. In the hierarchy of evidence, systematic reviews and meta-analyses lie at the top of the evidence pyramid because they are regarded as the most rigorous form of evidence for possible clinical decision-making. But publication bias can color the results of those reviews and meta-analyses in ways not easily seen nor understood. 

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The Implications of Publication Bias

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