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STARD Guideline Updating

12/11/2014

The STARD Group is working to update the STARD guideline for reporting of studies of diagnostic accuracy. A consensus meeting was held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in September 2014 and a first draft updated checklist was prepared. Those interested in the process can contact the STARD initiative for more details.

For further information visit: STARD Guideline

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