Extent, Awareness and Perception of Dissemination Bias in Qualitative Research: An Explorative Survey
Decision-makers have become increasingly interested in qualitative research (QR) findings. For example, in order to assess the acceptability …
This article is part of the RIAT initiative (Restoring Invisible and Abandoned Trials) and aims to restore the misreported trial that is known as Study 329, funded by SmithKline Beecham (subsequently GlaxoSmithKline). In contrary to the conclusions stated in the original article, these authors found neither clinically relevant nor statistically significant differences in the primary and secondary outcomes between placebo and the drugs under investigation (paroxetine and imipramine). However, clinically relevant increases in harms were found!
Title: Restoring Study 329: efficacy and harms of paroxetine and imipramine in treatment of major depression in adolescence
Authors: Le Noury J, Nardo JM, Healy D, Jureidin J, Raven M, Tufanaru C, Abi-Jaoude E
doi: 10.1136/bmj.h4320 (2015)
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