Special issue on inclusion of non-randomized studies in systematic reviews

Authors

  • Barnaby C. Reeves,

  • George A. Wells

Errata

This article corrects:

  1. An introduction to methodological issues when including non-randomised studies in systematic reviews on the effects of interventions Volume 4, Issue 1, 1–11, Article first published online: 24 January 2013
  2. Issues relating to study design and risk of bias when including non-randomized studies in systematic reviews on the effects of interventions Volume 4, Issue 1, 12–25, Article first published online: 25 September 2012
  3. Issues relating to selective reporting when including non-randomized studies in systematic reviews on the effects of healthcare interventions Volume 4, Issue 1, 36–47, Article first published online: 13 November 2012
  4. Non-randomized studies as a source of complementary, sequential or replacement evidence for randomized controlled trials in systematic reviews on the effects of interventions Volume 4, Issue 1, 49–62, Article first published online: 22 March 2013
  5. Checklists of methodological issues for review authors to consider when including non-randomized studies in systematic reviews Volume 4, Issue 1, 63–77, Article first published online: 22 March 2013

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