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NOKC published 25 systematic reviews and HTA-reports in 2011, commissioned by health care decision-makers in Norway. All reports include recommendations for further research. The aim of this report is to point to research gaps on topics of interest to decision-makers in the Norwegian health care setting.
Methodological research gaps:
- Studies that comply with recommendations for conduct and reporting of trials (such as CONSORT, STROBE, STARD)
- Relevant outcome measures, appropriate study power and adequate follow-up
- Direct comparisons between relevant interventions
Clinical research gaps:
- Effect of interventions to support caregivers of people with dementia
- Effect of complementary and alternative treatment for cancer
- Effect of physical training on social participation among children and adolecsents with habilitation needs
- Effect of communication modes for children with cochlear implant
- Diagnosis and treatment of children, adolescents and the most seriously affected patients with chronic fatigue syndrome CFS/ME
- Effect of senior center activities in the elderly
- Effect of intermediate care units and Hospital at home for acute ex-acerbations of COPD
- Effect of vitamins, fatty acids, and other dietary supplements on schizophrenic symptoms in people with schizophrenia
- Effect of triage systems for emergency medical services – pre-hospital and at hospital admission
- Effect of patient hotels for hospitals and patients
- Effects of group education on patients and their next of kin