A principal component analysis is conducted for a case series quality appraisal checklist

 


Objective: Because of a lack of a control group, a case-series study is considered one of the weaker study designs from which to obtain evidence on treatment effectiveness. Under certain circumstances, however, this is the only available evidence to inform health-care decisions. This study's intent was to develop and validate a quality appraisal checklist specifically for case-series studies.

For more information and the updated Case Series Study Quality Appraisal checklist, please visit the following webpage:

Case Series Studies Quality Appraisal Checklist.

Publication Type: Journal Articles

Year of Publication: 2015

Topics: Other

Authors: Bing Guo, Carmen Moga, Christa Harstall, Don Schopflocher

ISSN (online): 0895-4356

Journal Title: Journal of clinical epidemiology

Volume: 69

Issue: 2016 Jan; Epub 2015 Aug 22

Pages: 199-207