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Title:

Identification and evaluation of epidemic prediction and forecasting reporting guidelines: A systematic review and a call for action

Authors:
Simon Pollett, Michael Johansson, Matthew Biggerstaff, Lindsay C. Morton, Sara L.Bazacod, David M.Brett Major, Diane Myer, Cecile Viboud, Caitlin Rivers, et al.
Date posted:
December 01, 2020
Publication type:
Article
Publication:
Epidemics. 2020 Dec;33:100400
Publisher:
Elsevier
DOI:
10.1016/j.epidem.2020.100400
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Introduction:

High quality epidemic forecasting and prediction are critical to support response to local, regional and global infectious disease threats. Other fields of biomedical research use consensus reporting guidelines to ensure standardization and quality of research practice among researchers, and to provide a framework for end-users to interpret the validity of study results. The purpose of this study was to determine whether guidelines exist specifically for epidemic forecast and prediction publications.

 

 

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