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Evaluation of person-level heterogeneity of treatment effects in multiperson N-of-1 studies


Full title: Evaluation of person-level heterogeneity of treatment effects in published multiperson N-of-1 studies: systematic review and reanalysis


Authors: Raman, G., Balk, E. M., Lai, L., Shi, J., Chan, J., Lutz, J. S., ... & Kent, D. M. (2018)


This systematic review and reanalysis of 62 multi-person N-of-1 studies found identified statistically significant person-level heterogeneity of treatment effects in 8 of the 13 studies (62%) reporting person-level treatment effects and in 8 of the 14 studies (57%) reporting person-level outcomes. The authors concluded that person-level heterogeneity

of treatment effects is common and often substantial and called for improved assessment and reporting of person-level treatment effects in multi-person N-of-1 studies.


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Full Citation: Raman, G., Balk, E. M., Lai, L., Shi, J., Chan, J., Lutz, J. S., ... & Kent, D. M. (2018). Evaluation of person-level heterogeneity of treatment effects in published multiperson N-of-1 studies: systematic review and reanalysis. BMJ open, 8(5), e017641. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2017-017641

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