Risk of bias and the quality of reporting in a Health Technology Assessment (HTA) about health promotion interventions for health care personel: an appeal for better reporting

Barbara Buchberger, Romy Heymann, Hendrik Huppertz & Juergen Wasem
Introduction: Missing or unclear information in publications is leading to considerable doubts concerning the validity of study results. The reasons may be real methodological flaws in the performance of studies, but also poor quality of reporting. As a tool for the improvement of reporting methods [for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]