Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 1 Reporting approaches used in the description of the trial results

From: Analysis and reporting of stepped wedge randomised controlled trials: synthesis and critical appraisal of published studies, 2010 to 2014

Author, year Diagram of SWT rollout CONSORT-style diagram Assessment of balance Reported k/ICC Group summaries between crossovers Secular trend reported
Bacchieri, 2010 [29] No No No No No Yes, graph
Bashour, 2013 [22] No Yes Yes: individual-level covariates at enrolment between conditions Yes No Yes, fixed effects from model and a graph of the Likert responses by group
Durovni, 2013 [12] No Yes No Yes No No
Fuller, 2012 [23] Yes Yes No No No Yes, graphed modelled effect by condition
Gruber 2013 [21] Yes Yes Yes: individual and household-level covariates at baseline by condition, weighted for time in condition No No Yes, graphed by condition
Horner, 2012 [27] Yes No Yes: cluster-level at baseline by group No Yes Yes, model parameters, sub-groups, and graphs by group
Mhurchu, 2013 [24] Yes Yes Yes: all schools described, with group indicated, but not summarised by group No Yes Yes, using step-group summaries
Roy, 2013 [25] Yes Yes Yes: cluster-level covariates and individual-level covariates at enrolment by condition No No No
Schultz, 2014 [28] Yes No Yes: individual-level at enrolment by condition No No No
Stern, 2014 [26] Yes Yes Yes: cluster-level covariates at baseline and individual-level covariates at enrolment by condition No No No
  1. Note: This table only includes information included in the main publication. Some articles included additional material in a supplement