Earlier this year on the 20th anniversary of the Evidence-Based Dentistry journal editor Derek Richards argued that there have been too many systematic reviews, and not enough high-quality original research.1 We agree that more high quality primary research would be useful. But we would like to emphasise that there is a serious ongoing issue with the results of completed trials not being reported.
Too few trials or too few reported trials?
19 October 2018
Viteri-García, A., DeVito, N. J., & Goldacre, B. (2018). Too few trials or too few reported trials? Evidence-Based Dentistry, 19(3), 67–68. https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.ebd.6401317