Quality of stepped-wedge trial reporting can be reliably assessed using an updated CONSORT: crowd-sourcing systematic review

Hemming, Karla; Carroll, Kelly; Thompson, Jennifer; Forbes, Andrew; Taljaard, Monica; Dutton, Susan J; Madurasinghe, Vichithranie; Morgan, Katy; Stuart, Beth; Fielding, Katherine; +44 more... Cornelius, Victoria; Turner, Elizabeth L; Hooper, Richard; Giraudeau, Bruno; Seed, Paul T; Nickless, Alecia; Grayling, Michael; Prague, Melanie; Kerry, Sally; Bell, Lauren; Watson, Eila; Gafoor, Rafael; Marlin, Nadine; Yorganci, Emel; Smith, Lesley; Mbekwe, Murielle; Teerenstra, Steven; Chan, Claire; Moerbeek, Mirjam; Jacobsen, Pamela; Bond, Simon; Jones, Ben; Preisser, John; Kanaan, Mona; Hewitt, Catherine; Easter, Christina; Pellatt-Higgins, Tracy; Pankhurst, Laura; Agbla, Schadrac C; Eldridge, Sandra; Lerner, Robin G; Leyrat, Clémence; Pilling, Mark; Forman, Julia R; Bhattacharya, Indrani; Magill, Nicholas; Candlish, Jane; McDowell, Cliona; Martin, James; Kristunas, Caroline; Allen, Elizabeth; Seward, Nadine; Nicholls, Elaine; Franklin, Bryony Dean; (2019) Quality of stepped-wedge trial reporting can be reliably assessed using an updated CONSORT: crowd-sourcing systematic review. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 107. pp. 77-88. ISSN 0895-4356 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclinepi.2018.11.017

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