CONSORT-SPI: A CONSORT Extension for Social and Psychological Interventions
Useful websites and articles
- Armstrong, R., Waters, E., Moore, L., Riggs, E., Cuervo, L. G., et al. Improving the reporting of public health intervention research: Advancing TREND and CONSORT. Journal of Public Health (Oxf), 2008. 30: p. 103–109.
- Bonell, C., Oakley, A., Hargreaves, J., Strange, V., & Rees, R. Assessment of generalisability in trials of health interventions: Suggested framework and systematic review. BMJ, 2006. 333: p. 346–349.
- Davidson, K., W., Goldstein, M., Kaplan, R. M. et al. Evidence-based behavioural medicine: What is it and how do we achieve it? Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 2003. 26: p. 161-171.
- Gill, C. E. Missing links: How descriptive validity impacts the policy relevance of randomized controlled trials in criminology. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 2011. 7: p. 201– 224.
- Han, C., Kwak, K., Marks, D. M., Pae, C., Wu, L., et al. The impact of the CONSORT statement on reporting of randomized clinical trials in psychiatry. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 2009. 30: p. 116–122.
- Mayo-Wilson, E. Reporting implementation in randomized trials: Proposed additions to the Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials statement. American Journal of Public Health, 2007. 97: p. 630.
- McGrath, P. J., Stinson, J., & Davidson, K. Commentary: The Journal of Pediatric Psychology should adopt the CONSORT statement as a way of improving the evidence base in pediatric psychology. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2003. 28: p. 169-71.
- Medical Research Council. A framework for development and evaluation of RCTs for complex interventions to improve health. 2008, Medical Research Council.
- Michie, S., Richardson, M., Johnston, M., Abraham, C., Francis, J., Hardeman, W., Eccles, M. P., Cane, J., & Wood, C. E. The Behavior Change Technique Taxonomy (v1) of 93 hierarchically clustered techniques: Building an international consensus for the reporting of behavior change interventions. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 2013. 46(1): p. 81-95.
- Moher, D., Schulz, K. F., Simera, I., & Altman, D. G. Guidance for developers of health research reporting guidelines. PLoS Med, 2010 7(2): p. e1000217.
- Naleppa, M.J., & Cagle, J. G. Treatment fidelity in social work intervention research: A review of published studies. Research on Social Work Practice, 2010. 20: p. 674-681.
- Oakley, A., Strange, V., Bonell, C., Allen, E., & Stephenson, J. Process evaluation in randomised controlled trials of complex interventions. BMJ, 2006. 332: p. 413-416.
- Perry, A.E., Weisburd, D., & Hewitt, C. Are criminologists describing randomized controlled trials in ways that allow us to assess them? Findings from a sample of crime and justice trials. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 2010. 6: p. 245-262.
- Stinson, J. N., McGrath, P. J., & Yamada, J. T. Clinical trials in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology: Applying the CONSORT statement. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2003. 28 p. 159-167.
- Torgerson, C. J., Torgerson, D. J., Birks, Y. F., & Porthouse, J. A comparison of RCTs in health and education. British Educational Research Journal, 2005. 31(6): p. 761–785.
- Turner, L., Shamseer, L., Altman, D. G., Weeks, L., Peters, J., et al. Consolidated standards of reporting trials (CONSORT) and the completeness of reporting of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) published in medical journals. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2012. 11: MR000030.