By Jared Antevil

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Framing bias: When a participant’s response influenced by the wording or framing of a survey question. Hospital discharge bias: When hospital mortality and morbidity rates are distorted by the health status of patients being transferred between facilities. Some hospitals may discharge patients more frequently or earlier in the disease course and shift the mortality and morbidity to other facilities. Incorporation bias: When the incorporation of the disease outcome or aspects of diagnostic criteria into the test itself inflate the diagnostic accuracy of a test under study.

Details regarding proposed blood and tissue collection should be described. Clearly describe anything involved in the trial which is not part of standard clinical care. What about birth control and pregnancy? Most organizations have standard wording addressing these issues. This should include what is known of the risks of the intervention and what birth control measures (for both the research subject and any sexual partners) are necessary for inclusion in the study. There will often be uncertainty about possible teratogenic effects or effects on breastfeeding babies.

Non-simultaneous comparison bias: When exposure/intervention groups are compared to controls or reference standards in a different time and space. Different variables surrounding the time or space when groups are examined may influence the outcomes and cause poor generalizability. Overdiagnosis bias: When pseudo or subclinical disease, that would not have become apparent before the patient dies of other causes, is diagnosed based on investigator exploration. Popularity bias: When an interest in a particular disease or therapy causes preferential exposure of patients to observation or procedures.

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