Biases in judging unanticipated possible effects

Important unanticipated effects of treatments are often first suspected by people using or prescribing treatments. As with anticipated effects of treatments, steps must be taken to reduce biases and the play of chance in assessing suspected unanticipated effects.


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2.6 Reducing biases in judging unanticipated possible treatment effects

Generating and investigating hunches about unanticipated adverse effects of treatments

 

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2.6 Reducing biases in judging unanticipated possible treatment effects

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