COSA comment:Head and neck cancer nutrition guidelines/Introduction/Literature critique

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Public comments - Head and neck cancer nutrition guidelines/Methods - Literature critique411:19, 14 November 2012

Public comments - Head and neck cancer nutrition guidelines/Methods - Literature critique

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Jutta von Dincklage15:20, 8 April 2011

Table: NHMRC Levels of Evidence for Intervention and Prognosis Studies

What is "all or none" under the prognosis column?

152.91.72.22016:47, 27 April 2011

The extra definitions from the footnote of the NHMRC table have been added in to explain this. Teresa Brown, on behalf of the authors.

121.222.120.12808:24, 17 June 2011
 

The quality of the evidence was assessed using the American Dietetic Association: Evidence Analysis Manual. Steps in the ADA Evidence Analysis Process [20]. This provided a quality rating of positive, neutral or negative. A summary table was developed to collate the evidence for each clinical question to be addressed (Appendix 5.3).


Could the definition of the quality ratings of positive, neutral or negative be included as a table either in this section or in appendix 5.3? (ie similiar to the NHMRC level of evidence and grade of evidence tables)

Louise Moodie - Royal Darwin Hospital - Louise.Moodie@nt.gov.au

114.74.139.4918:23, 30 April 2011

A table to explain these ratings has been added in. Teresa Brown, on behalf of the authors.

121.222.120.12808:25, 17 June 2011