Instrument for reporting Planned Endpoints in Clinical Trials (InsPECT)

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Description: Inadequate outcome reporting in clinical trials is a well-documented problem that impedes the ability of researchers to evaluate and build upon study findings, which in turn impacts evidence-based clinical and policy decision making. To facilitate harmonized reporting of outcomes in published trial protocols and reports, a new reporting tool, the Instrument for reporting Planned Endpoints in Clinical Trials (InsPECT), is under development. The final product will be unique InsPECT extensions for the SPIRIT (Standard Protocol Items: Recommendations for Interventional Trials) and CONSORT (CONSORT; Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials) reporting guidelines.

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The InsPECT development team is an interdisciplinary group of health research experts from across the globe. Our team members consist of scientists, clinicians, trialists, and students who share an interest in improving outcome reporting in clinical trials. InsPECT is led by Drs. Martin Offringa and Nancy Butcher at The Hospital for Sick Children. https://www.inspect-statement.org Twitter: @InsPE...

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  • Guidance for Reporting Outcomes in Clinical Trials: A Scoping Review Protocol

    Introduction: Patients, families, and clinicians rely on published research to help inform treatment decisions. Without complete reporting of the outc...

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  • Improving outcome reporting in clinical trial reports and protocols: study protocol for the Instrument for reporting Planned Endpoints in Clinical Trials (InsPECT)

    Background: Inadequate and poor quality outcome reporting in clinical trials is a well-documented problem that impedes the ability of researchers to e...

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  • InsPECT Delphi study


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