Conclusiveness resolves the conflict between quality of evidence and imprecision in GRADE

Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 75:1-5 (2016)
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Abstract

The objective of our article is to show how “quality of evidence” and “imprecision,” as they are defined in Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development, and Evaluation articles, may lead to confusion. We focus only on the context of systematic reviews.

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Johannes Persson
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