Challenge of communicating uncertainty in systematic reviews when applying GRADE ratings
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In GRADE, a quantitative assessment of uncertainty is qualitatively communicated, so that a result obtained as a CI relative to a threshold is expressed as a nding in which assessors have low, moderate or high certainty, or certainty described with other such quali ers. What these correspond to in quantitative terms, and how decision-makers interpret them, is our issue here. We con ne our attention to GRADE’s decision rules for systematic reviews, and do not comment on the problem of multiple outcomes in guideline recommendations.
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Subject classification (UKÄ) – MANDATORY
Johan Brännmark, Johannes Persson, Lena Wahlberg, Annika Wallin, Eva Sjöstrand, Nils-Eric Sahlin, Sten Anttila, Charlotta Levay, Niklas Vareman, Lena Wahlberg, Wändi Bruine de Bruin, Alexander D. Davis, Baruch Fischhoff & Barbara McNeil
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