The limitations of using randomised controlled trials as a basis for developing treatment guidelines (14 July, 2017)
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Statistics in pills:
Missing outcome data in meta-analysis (9 July, 2014)
Pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment of adults with ADHD: a meta-review (19 December, 2016)
Recent advances in understanding and managing body dysmorphic disorder (20 July, 2017)
Correction (2 February, 2017)
Statistics in practice:
Common pitfalls and mistakes in the set-up, analysis and interpretation of results in network meta-analysis: what clinicians should look for in a published article (24 July, 2017)