Evidence of improved reporting of swine vaccination trials in the post-REFLECT statement publication period
Cesar A. A. Moura, DVM; Sarah C. Totton, DVM, PhD; Jan M. Sargeant, DVM, PhD; Terri L. O’Sullivan, DVM, PhD; Daniel C. L. Linhares, DVM, MBA, PhD; Annette M. O’Connor MVSc, DVSc
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Objectives: Describe and compare the proportion of studies reporting the method used to assign study units to treatment groups, reporting a random allocation approach, reporting 18 REFLECT items, and the proportion of studies having a low risk-of-bias assessment in swine vaccination trial studies published after the REFLECT statement, compared to studies published before.
Keywords: REFLECT, vaccine, risk-of-bias, randomization
Cite as: Moura CAA, Totton SC, Sargeant JM, et al. Evidence of improved reporting of swine vaccination trials in the post-REFLECT statement publication period. J Swine Health Prod 2019;27(5):265-277.
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