Comparisons: are they fair and reliable?

Well-informed treatment decisions requires systematic reviews of fair comparisons of treatments; i.e. comparisons designed to minimise the risk of systematic and random errors. Non-systematic summaries can be misleading, and not all comparisons of treatments are fair comparisons.

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Testing Treatments

Testing Treatments is a book to help the public understand why fair tests of treatments are needed, what they are, and how to use them.

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DISCERN online

A questionnaire providing a valid and reliable way of assessing the quality of written information on treatment choices.

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