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Other Research Theme Collaborations: COLD
My current research interests are in evidence synthesis and meta-analysis, with focus on bias and heterogeneity and developing methods for making the best use of all available evidence. Other ongoing interests are in the design and analysis of cluster randomised trials, in particular Bayesian approaches.
Selected PapersTurner RM, Bird SM, Higgins JPT. (2013)The Impact of Study Size on Meta-analyses: Examination of Underpowered Studies in Cochrane Reviews.
PLoS ONE 8: (3), e59202. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0059202
Turner RM, Davey J, Clarke M, Thompson SG, Higgins JPT. (2012)Predicting the extent of heterogeneity in meta-analysis, using empirical data from the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
Int. J. Epidemiol 41: (3), 818-827
Turner RM, Lloyd-Jones M, Anumba DOC, Smith GCS, Spiegelhalter DJ, et al. (2012)Routine Antenatal Anti-D Prophylaxis in Women Who Are Rh(D) Negative: Meta-Analyses Adjusted for Differences in Study Design and Quality.
PLoS ONE 7: (2), e30711. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0030711
Turner RM, Spiegelhalter DJ, Smith GCS and Thompson SG. (2009)Bias modelling in evidence synthesis.
JRSSA 172: (1), 21-47
Turner RM, White IR and Croudace T, for the PIP Study Group. (2007)Analysis of cluster randomized cross-over trial data: a comparison of methods.
Statistics in Medicine 26: (2), 274-289