1. Priority Setting of Ventilators in the COVID-19 Pandemic from the Public’s Perspective

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    1. Fariba Asghari
    2. Alireza Parsapour
    3. Ehsan Shamsi Gooshki

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  2. The proportion of randomized controlled trials that inform clinical practice

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    1. Nora Hutchinson
    2. Hannah Moyer
    3. Deborah A Zarin
    4. Jonathan Kimmelman
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      This article constructs a four-step assessment of the informativeness of a clinical trial that measures its feasibility, reporting, importance, and risk of bias. This is a potentially highly relevant methodology for the class of trials for which it is defined, namely 'clinically directed randomized controlled trials'. It could also be translated and validated in other areas, using data from a wider set of sources beyond the trial registry clinicaltrials.gov. However, the extended longitudinal nature of the assessment and its potential subjectivity limit this tool's utility to being a retrospective diagnostic rather than as a prospective diagnostic and/or fix for at-risk designs.

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  3. Payments to key opinion leader physicians and drug sales of top pharmaceutical companies during the COVID-19 pandemic

    This article has 4 authors:
    1. José Luis Sandoval
    2. Alex Friedlaender
    3. Alfredo Addeo
    4. Glen J. Weiss

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  4. Factors affecting nurses’ duty to care during the COVID-19 pandemic

    This article has 4 authors:
    1. Hyerine Shin
    2. Kyung hee Kim
    3. Ji-su Kim
    4. Yeun-hee Kwak

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  5. How informative were early SARS-CoV-2 treatment and prevention trials? a longitudinal cohort analysis of trials registered on ClinicalTrials.gov

    This article has 5 authors:
    1. Nora Hutchinson
    2. Katarzyna Klas
    3. Benjamin G. Carlisle
    4. Jonathan Kimmelman
    5. Marcin Waligora

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  6. Variation in COVID-19 Resource Allocation Protocols and Potential Implementation in the Chicago Metropolitan Area

    This article has 4 authors:
    1. Rupali Gandhi
    2. Gina M. Piscitello
    3. William F. Parker
    4. Kelly Michelson

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  7. Application of Social Vulnerability Index to Identify High- risk Population of Contracting COVID-19 Infection: a state-level study

    This article has 6 authors:
    1. Odalys Estefania Lara-Garcia
    2. Violeta Alvarez Retamales
    3. Oswaldo Madrid Suarez
    4. Priyanka Parajuli
    5. Susan Hingle
    6. Robert Robinson

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  8. Rationing and triage of scarce, lifesaving therapy in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional, social media-driven, scenario-based online query of societal attitudes

    This article has 3 authors:
    1. Oliver J. Muensterer
    2. Emilio A. Gianicolo
    3. Norbert W. Paul

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  9. Which factors should be included in triage? An online survey of the attitudes of the UK general public to pandemic triage dilemmas

    This article has 5 authors:
    1. Dominic Wilkinson
    2. Hazem Zohny
    3. Andreas Kappes
    4. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong
    5. Julian Savulescu

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  10. Challenges and proposed solutions in making clinical research on COVID-19 ethical: a status quo analysis across German research ethics committees

    This article has 6 authors:
    1. Alice Faust
    2. Anna Sierawska
    3. Katharina Krüger
    4. Anne Wisgalla
    5. Joerg Hasford
    6. Daniel Strech

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