● Members of Comparing Multiple Interventions and Bias evaluate whether summary treatment effect estimates differ between preprint and peer-reviewed journal trials in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
● Members of Prognosis review how sample size is considered in studies developing a prediction model for a binary outcome in BMC Medical Research Methodology.
●Members of GRADEing and Economics outline how resource utilization and cost-effectiveness analyses are integrated into health-related recommendations, using the GRADE approach in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
● Members of Equity and GRADEing describe how health equity was assessed in the development of COVID-19 formal recommendations in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
●Members of Equity and GRADEing compare understanding, accessibility, usability, satisfaction, intention to implement, and preference of youths provided with a digital plain language recommendation format vs. the original standard language version of a health recommendation in JAMA Pediatrics.
●Members of Prognosis examine how continuous predictors are handled in studies developing a clinical prediction model in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
● Members of Adverse Effects introduce a protocol to evaluate and characterize social media use in the detection of adverse drug events and pharmacovigilance in JMIR Research Protocols.
● Members of Qualitative and Implementation describe the uptake of GRADE-CERQual in qualitative evidence synthesis by review authors in Health Research Policy and Systems.
● Members of Rapid Reviews assess the adherence and investigate authors' understanding of the Rapid Review Methods Group guidance in Research Synthesis and Methods.
● Members of Bias synthesise research investigating data and code sharing in medicine and health in the BMJ.
●Members of Economics introduce the CHEERS-VOI checklist to provide reporting guidance and checklist to support the transparent, reproducible and high-quality reporting of value of Information analyses in Value in Health.
● Members of Qualitative and Implementation explore whether and how trial teams share qualitative data collected as part of the design, conduct, analysis, or delivery of clinical trials in HRB Open Research.