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  • Schnitzer M, Steele RJ, Bally M, Shrier I. A causal inference approach to network meta-analysis. J Causal Inf 2017 (In Press).

  • Shrier I, Serner A, Wangensteen A. Steele RJ, Weir A. Measuring heterogeneity of reinjury risk assessments at the time of clearance to return to play: A feasibility study. J Sci Med Sport 2017 (In Press). 

  • Shrier I, Clarsen B, Verhagen E, Gordon K, Mellette J. Improving the accuracy of sports medicine surveillance – when is a subsequent event a new injury? Br J Sports Med 51: 26-28, 2017

  • Hernan MA, Sauer BC, Hernandez-Diaz S, Platt RW, Shrier I. Specifying a target trial prevents immortal time bias and other self-inflicted injuries in observational analyses. J Clin Epidemiol 79: 70-75, 2016.

  • Shrier I. Christensen R, Juhl C, Beyene J. Meta-analysis on continuous outcomes in minimal important difference units: An application with appropriate variance calculations. J Clin Epidemiol 80:57-67, 2016.

  • Mountjoy M, Junge A, Alonso JM, Carsen B, Pluim BM, Shrier I, van den Hoogenband C, Marks S, Gerrard D. Heyns P, Kaneoka K, Dijkstra HP, Khan KM. Consensus statement on the methodology of injury and illness surveillance in aquatic sports. Brit J Sports Med 50: 590-596, 2016.

  • Vanderweele TJ, Shrier I. Sufficient cause representation of the four-way decomposition for mediation and interaction. Epidemiology 27: e32-33, 2016.

  • Shrier I, Steele RJ, Zhao M, Naimi A, Verhagen E, Stovitz SD, Rauh JM, Hewett TE. A multi-state framework for the analysis of subsequent injury in sport. Scand J Med Sci Sport 26: 128-139, 2016.
  • Shrier I. Strategic assessment of risk and risk tolerance (StARRT) framework for return to play decision making. Brit J Sports Med 49: 1311-1315, 2015.

  • Shrier I, Pang M. Confounding, effect modification, and the odds ratio: common misinterpretations. J Clin Epidemiol 68: 470-474, 2015.

  • Poole C, Shrier I, Vanderweele TJ. Is the risk difference really a more heterogeneous measure? Epidemiology 26: 714-718, 2015.
  • Steele RJ, Shrier I, Kaufman J, Platt R. Simple estimation of patient-oriented effects from randomized trials: An open and shut CACE. Am J Epidemiol 182: 557-566, 2015.
  • Shrier I, Steele RJ. Classification systems for reinjuries: a continuing challenge. Brit J Sports Med  48: 1338-1339, 2014.
  • Shrier I, Raglin JS, Levitan EB, Mittleman MA, Steele RJ, Powell J. Procedures for assessing psychological predictors of injuries in circus artists: A pilot prospective study. BMC Med Res Method 14:77, 2014
  • Shrier I, Lamme E, Deschenes E. Sport medicine surveillance 101: What clinicians need to know when choosing software programs to record injuries and illnesses. Curr Sports Med Reports 13:341-348, 2014.
  • Shrier I. Estimating causal effect with RCTs. Epidemiology 25:162-163, 2014.
  • Shrier I, Steele RJ, Verhagen E, Herbert R, Riddell CA, Kaufman JS. Beyond intention-to-treat: what is the right question? Clin Trials 2014;11:28-37.
  • Shrier I, Kaufman JS, Platt RW, Steele RJ. Principal stratification: A broader vision. Int J Biostat 9:307-313, 2013.
  • Shrier I. Estimating causal effect with a randomized controlled trial. Epidemiology 24: 779-781, 2013.
  • Shrier I. Comment on: “Publication bias, with a focus on psychiatry: Causes and solutions”. CNS Drugs 27:773-774, 2013.
  • Shrier I, Platt RW. Reducing bias through directed acyclic graphs. BMC Medical Research Methodology 8: 70, 2008.
  • Shrier I. Understanding causal inference: the future direction in sports injury prevention. Clin J Sport Med 17: 220-224, 2007.

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