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Incorrect Classification in Articles About Traumatic Brain Injuries in Children With Minor Blunt Head Trauma

Incorrect Classification in Articles About Traumatic Brain Injuries in Children With Minor Blunt... Letters The HVRN assembles home visiting stakeholders to set a na- analytic database for the entire cohort (an erroneous SQL tional research agenda, advance that agenda through innova- [Structured Query Language] join statement) that led to the tion research methods, and translate research findings into incorrect classification of the mechanism of injury as moder- policy and practice. The HVRN identified the top 10 priorities ate, rather than severe, for 394 children in our cohort of 42 412 for home visiting research with input from nearly 1800 patients. Most of the erroneous classifications were among chil- individuals. Now, the HVRN is building the Home Visiting Ap- dren aged 2 years or older. plied Research Collaborative, a national practice-based re- The first article affected by this erroneous classification was search network of local home visiting programs to conduct field- titled “Prevalence of Clinically Important Traumatic Brain In- initiated studies to address the research agenda’s priorities. juries in Children With Minor Blunt Head Trauma and Isolated We need to learn what works best for which families and Severe Injury Mechanisms.” We have carefully examined the under what circumstances and to translate this efficiently to effects of this error on the entire published http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Pediatrics American Medical Association

Incorrect Classification in Articles About Traumatic Brain Injuries in Children With Minor Blunt Head Trauma

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2014 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
2168-6203
eISSN
2168-6211
DOI
10.1001/jamapediatrics.2014.651
pmid
24840558
Publisher site
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Abstract

Letters The HVRN assembles home visiting stakeholders to set a na- analytic database for the entire cohort (an erroneous SQL tional research agenda, advance that agenda through innova- [Structured Query Language] join statement) that led to the tion research methods, and translate research findings into incorrect classification of the mechanism of injury as moder- policy and practice. The HVRN identified the top 10 priorities ate, rather than severe, for 394 children in our cohort of 42 412 for home visiting research with input from nearly 1800 patients. Most of the erroneous classifications were among chil- individuals. Now, the HVRN is building the Home Visiting Ap- dren aged 2 years or older. plied Research Collaborative, a national practice-based re- The first article affected by this erroneous classification was search network of local home visiting programs to conduct field- titled “Prevalence of Clinically Important Traumatic Brain In- initiated studies to address the research agenda’s priorities. juries in Children With Minor Blunt Head Trauma and Isolated We need to learn what works best for which families and Severe Injury Mechanisms.” We have carefully examined the under what circumstances and to translate this efficiently to effects of this error on the entire published

Journal

JAMA PediatricsAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jun 1, 2014

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