Joshua M. Liao, Catharine B. Stack, et al | Annals of Internal Medicine

An intention-to-treat (ITT) analysis theoretically evaluates all participants within their original randomly assigned group but a true ITT analysis is often difficult. A primer for how to evaluate a study for which authors report that an ITT analysis was done. READ MORE



methods primer

implications of missing data from drop out

Joshua M. Liao, Zahir Kanjee, Joel T. Katz, Joseph Loscalzo
Wolters Kluwer

In the name of more informed approach to clinical medicine, 100 of the most practice-changing articles in the field of Internal Medicine: curated with input from clinicians at Harvard Medical School to be brief, easy-to-read, accessible. READ MORE

methods primer

intention-to-treat analysis

unpacking methods for using medical evidence to make more informed decisions

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Joshua M. Liao & Catharine B. Stack | Annals of Internal Medicine

Missing data due to dropout is a common problem that can affect the validity of RCT findings. A primer for how to navigate and understand the analytic methods used to handle this problem. READ MORE