Prognosis and prognostic research validating a prognostic model
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In relation to the development of your systematic review methods, the methodological issues include:a. PROBAST: The PROBAST initiative has developed a formal risk of bias tool for risk prediction modeling studies.
The Prognosis Methods Group has developed a Research Framework that has been used to set research priorities. To date, the following methodological tools have been developed to support your review: QUIPS: The QUIPS tool can be used to assess risk of bias in prognostic factor studies.
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A growing number of prognostic indices for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is developed for clinical use.
Our aim is to identify, summarize and compare all published prognostic COPD indices, and to discuss their performance, usefulness and implementation in daily practice.