It Is Time to Develop Appropriate Tools for Assessing Minimal Clinically Important Differences, Performance Bias and Quality of Evidence in Reviews of Behavioral Interventions

Published in: Addiction, v. 111, no. 9, Commentary, Sep. 2016, p. 1533-1535

Posted on on September 14, 2016

by Sean Grant, Eric R. Pedersen, Karen Chan Osilla, Magdalena Kulesza, Elizabeth J. D'Amico

This commentary argues that the time has come to define minimally important clinical differences in alcohol intervention research that reflect the perspectives and values of various stakeholders in the field.

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