Dr Jack Parker was invited to attend the annual Meeting of Minds VI conference hosted by Shire and the ADHD Educational InstituteInternational Scientific Committee. ADHD is a diverse and multifaceted condition with patients presenting with different needs and treatment goals that require an individualised approach to management if outcomes are to be optimised. The theme for the meeting was "
Although they are termed ‘questionnaires’ within their associated articles, they are in effect Drummond-like checklists. Widely used checklists already exist for modelling and observational studies (although improvement is always possible), therefore, the need for a network meta-analysis checklist is perhaps greatest. So why have they been produced? They were developed by the Academy of Managed
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