● Members of Equity evaluate an approach using automation and crowdsourcing to identify and classify randomised controlled trials in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
● Members of Equity and Bias discuss the role of replication in the systematic review setting in BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine.
● Members of Rapid Reviews analyse publication proportions and results consistency of preprint articles in prevention research in Scientific Reports.
● Members of Prognosis evaluate propensity-weighted measures of discrimination to enhance the validation and interpretation of prediction model discrimination for a target population in Statistics in Medicine.
● Members of Statistics and Qualitative and Implementation examine the characteristics of population, intervention and outcomes groups and the extent to which they were completely reported for each synthesis in a sample of systematic reviews of interventions in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
● Members of Equity investigate the current use and underlying concepts used to define racial health equity in Systematic Reviews.
● Members of GRADEing provide updated guidance for rating up the certainty of evidence due to a dose-response gradient in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
● Members of IPD Meta-analysis evaluate current practice when estimating treatment-covariate interactions in IPD meta-analysis in Research Synthesis Methods.
● Members of Bias propose a new approach to evaluating loop inconsistency in network meta-analysis in Statistics in Medicine.
● Members of Statistics evaluate statistical methods used to meta-analyse results from interrupted time series studies in Research Synthesis Methods.
● Members of Comparing Multiple Interventions introduce novel data visualisation approaches for component network meta-analysis in BMC Medical Research Methodology.
● Members of Prognosis assess temporal recalibration to improve the calibration of risk prediction models in competing risk settings when there are trends in survival over time in Statistics in Medicine.
● Members of GRADEing and Rapid Reviews propose a new model for guideline development that delivers timely recommendations while ensuring trustworthiness and accountability in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.