PUBLICATIONS

Recent PROGRESS publications

Improving the Transparency of Prognosis Research: The Role of Reporting, Data Sharing, Registration, and Protocols

(2014) PLoS Medicine

George Peat*, Richard D Riley*, Peter Croft, Katherine I Morley, Panayiotis A Kyzas, Karel GM Moons, Pablo Perel, Ewout W Steyerberg, Sara Schroter, Douglas G Altman, Harry Hemingway, for the PROGRESS Group

Red Blood Cell Transfusion and Mortality in Trauma Patients: Risk-Stratified Analysis of an Observational Study

(2014) PLoS Medicine

Pablo Perel, Tim Clayton, Doug G Altman, Peter Croft, Ian Douglas, Harry Hemingway, Aroon Hingorani, Katherine I Morley, Richard Riley, Adam Timmis, Danielle Van der Windt, Ian Roberts, for the PROGRESS Partnership

PROGRESS series: a framework for prognosis research

This series is a call to arms for better research to underpin major recent initiatives in health systems around the world. These initiatives include emphasis on measurable health outcomes, rather than just the receipt of care; for example the UK NHS reforms have introduced an Outcomes Framework. And better targeting of treatments to patients who will benefit most. This series identifies bottlenecks in research in each of these areas, and offers ways in which they may be overcome.

Prognosis research strategy (PROGRESS) 1: A framework for researching clinical outcomes

(2013) British Medical Journal

Harry Hemingway, Peter Croft, Pablo Perel, Jill A Hayden, Keith Abrams, Adam Timmis, Andrew Briggs, Ruzan Udumyan, Karel GM Moons, Ewout W Steyerberg, Ian Roberts, Sara Schroter, Douglas G Altman, Richard D Riley, for the PROGRESS Group

Prognosis research strategy (PROGRESS) 2: Prognostic factor research

(2013) PLoS Medicine

Richard D Riley*, Jill A Hayden*, Ewout W Steyerberg, Karel GM Moons, Keith Abrams, Panayiotis A Kyzas, Núria Malats, Andrew Briggs, Sara Schroter, Douglas G Altman, Harry Hemingway, for the PROGRESS Group

Prognosis research strategy (PROGRESS) 3: Prognostic model research

(2013) PLoS Medicine

Ewout W Steyerberg*, Karel GM Moons*, Daniëlle A van der Windt, Jill A Hayden, Pablo Perel, Sara Schroter, Richard D Riley, Harry Hemingway, Douglas G Altman, for the PROGRESS Group

Prognosis research strategy (PROGRESS) 4: Stratified medicine research

(2013) British Medical Journal

Aroon Hingorani, Daniëlle A van der Windt, Richard D Riley, Keith Abrams, Karel GM Moons, Ewout W Steyerberg, Sara Schroter, Willi Sauerbrei, Douglas G Altman, Harry Hemingway, for the PROGRESS Group