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“Reporting Bias” in Homöopathie-Studien


Oktober 17, 2023
Sigurdson MK, Homeopathy can offer empirical insights on treatment effects in a null field.

HRI Statement on Sigurdson et al. 2023

Weiteres interessantes Statement zum Thema „Nullfeld“ (außerhalb des HRI): 
December 22, 2023
Jonathan Davidson, Homeopathy: a null field or effective psychotherapy?

16. März 2022
HRI-Kommentar zum BMJ-Artikel über Berichtsverzerrung („reporting bias“) von Homöopathie-Studien.

March 16, 2022
HRI comment on BMJ article assessing reporting bias in trials of homeopathy.


Artikel Gartlehner et al. im BMJ (British Medical Journal)

Gartlehner G, Emprechtinger R, Hackl M, et al. Assessing the magnitude of reporting bias in trials of homeopathy: a cross-sectional study and meta-analysis. BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine. Published Online First: 15 March 2022. doi: 10.1136/bmjebm-2021-111846


BMJ Rapid Responses to Gartlehner et al.

Michael R. Frass, Menachem Oberbaum
Level of reporting bias shown to be lower in homeopathy trials than in trials on conventional medicine
Published on: 21 March 2022

Robert T. Mathie
Reflecting trial registration status does not change the conclusions from two previous homeopathy reviews
Published on: 24 March 2022

Elizabeth R. Roberts
Context is everything: Conclusions of Gartlehner et al should be interpreted with caution.
Published on: 24 March 2022

Dana Ullman
“Bad faith” in reporting on homeopathic research
Published on: 24 March 2022



Debatte um angeblich schlechte Standards in Homöopathie-Forschung. Economy. 21. März 2022.