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Table 2 Thomas C Chalmers awards for statistical issues related to systematic reviews

From: Meta-analysis and The Cochrane Collaboration: 20 years of the Cochrane Statistical Methods Group

Year Authors Title
1996 Liberati A, D’Amico R, Torri V, Tinazzi A, Leonetti C, Pifferi S Meta-analyses from different sources of information
1998 Deeks J, Bradburn M, Bilker W, Localio R, Berlin J Much ado about nothing: statistical methods for meta-analysis with rare events
1999 Higgins J How should we interpret updated meta-analyses?
2001 Deeks JJ Half dead or half alive? Which way should events be coded for meta-analyses of risk ratios?
2003 Hollis S and Preston C Allowing for uncertainty due to missing data in a binary meta-analysis. Better than best/worst case analysis?
2005 Brok J, Thorlund K, Wetterslev J, Gluud C Trial sequential analyses of six Cochrane neonatal group meta-analyses considering adequacy of allocation concealment
  Salanti G, Higgins J, Marinho V How to determine the best treatment: a mixed-treatment-comparisons meta-analysis (MTM) of trials of topical fluoride therapies for the prevention of dental caries
2006 Skipka G The inclusion of the estimated inter-study variation into forest plots for random-effects meta-analyses - a suggestion for a graphical presentation
2007 Friedrich J, Adhikari N, Ohlsson A, Beyene J Ratio of means as an alternative to mean differences for analyzing continuous outcome variables in a meta-analysis: a simulation study
  Patsopoulos N, Ioannidis J, Evangelou E Uncertainty of heterogeneity in meta-analysis
2008 Anzures-Cabrera J, Higgins JPT Expressing meta-analyses of continuous outcomes in terms of risks