Research transparency | health and social interventions | Clinical trials | Systematic reviews
I investigate methods for conducting, reporting, and synthesizing health and social intervention research. I am particularly interested in ways to increase transparency and reproducibility, such as trial registration and data sharing.
I am a member of the Consolidated Standards for Reporting Trials Extension for Social and Psychological Interventions (CONSORT-SPI) executive committee and the American Psychological Association Journal Article Reporting Standards (JARS) task force, which developed reporting guidelines required by American Psychological Association (APA) journals. I serve on the Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines coordinating committee, which is responsible for the dissemination and implementation of standards for research transparency, and the Registered Reports coordinating committee, which works with journals to increase the prospective registration of research. I work closely with the Clinical Trials Registration and Results Reporting Taskforce.
In 2017, I served as a member of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Science of Behavior Change (SOBC) working group to improve NIH policies and procedures for reporting the methods and results of clinical trials of behavioral interventions. I also served as a member of the NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) working group responsible for developing standards for comparator selection in NIH trials of behavioral and social interventions.
In addition to the benefits they provide, health and social interventions can cause harms, which people sometimes call “adverse events” or “side effects”. Information about potential harms is essential for providers and patients to make informed choices about the relative benefits and drawbacks of different interventions.
In a series of papers, we found that clinical trials did not report all harms that they identified. Harms were underreported whether they were assessed systematically (i.e., in the same way for all participants) or nonsystematically (e.g., in response to open ended questions). Methods for choosing which harms to report may introduce bias, and more research is needed to determine how involve patients in selecting and reporting harms in clinical trials.
Many evaluations of social and psychological interventions are not reported. Evaluations that are reported in academic journals often omit information that would be necessary to understand their methods and results.
Using evidence about reporting quality, and by engaging a broad community of researchers in a consensus process, we developed new recommendations for reporting clinical trials of social and psychological interventions. The guidelines appear in two papers. The first paper outlines the main recommendations. The second paper is a "user's guide" for authors and editors.
Out of respect for the people who participate in research, and to prevent research waste, all clinical trials should be registered and their results should be reported. New NIH requirements mark an important step towards research transparency, but we argue that the system should be adapted to allow accurate reporting of social and behavioral research.
It is often impossible to compare all of the various interventions that could be used to treat a health problem in a single clinical trial. To develop clinical guidance, we conducted a network meta-analysis comparing all the interventions that could be used to treat social anxiety disorder. We found that psychological interventions are most effective for people with social anxiety.
Children who do not get enough vitamin A are at increased risk of disease, blindness, and death. In a systematic review, we found that numerous trials had evaluated the effects of vitamin A supplementation. Given the strength of the existing evidence, we concluded that it would be unethical to conduct further clinical trials of this effective intervention.
University of Oxford, Department of Social Policy and Intervention
University of Pennsylvania, Fels Institute of Government
University of Oxford, Department of Social Policy and Intervention
Columbia University, Psychology (major) and political science (concentration)
Department of Epidemiology and biostatistics
School of Public Health Indiana University-bloomington
Department of Epidemiology
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Department of Epidemiology
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Senior Research Associate
Department of Clinical, Educational & Health Psychology
University College London
Department of Social Policy and Intervention
University of Oxford
Department of Social Policy and Intervention
University of Oxford
* Denotes student author
Mayo-Wilson E, Fusco N*, Hong H, Li T, Canner JK, Dickersin K (2019). Opportunities for selective reporting of harms in randomized clinical trials: Selection criteria for non-systematic adverse events. Trials 20: 553. at DOI: 10.21203/rs.2.268/v1 [Published protocol; Dryad archive includes data and code]
Mayo-Wilson E, Fusco N*, Li T, Hong H, Canner JK, Dickersin K. Harms are assessed inconsistently and reported inadequately Part 2: Non-systematic adverse events. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 113: 11-19. PMID: 31055176 DOI: 10.1016/j.jclinepi.2019.04.020 [Published protocol; Dryad archive includes data and code]
Mayo-Wilson E, Fusco N*, Li T, Hong H, Canner JK, Dickersin K. Harms are assessed inconsistently and reported inadequately Part 1: Systematic adverse events. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 113: 20-27. PMID: 31055175 DOI 10.1016/j.jclinepi.2019.04.022 [Published protocol; Dryad archive includes data and code]
Freedland KE, King AC, Ambrosius WT, Mayo-Wilson E, Mohr DC, Czajkowski SM, Thabane L, Collins LM, Rebok GW, Treweek S, Cook TD, Edinger JD, Stoney CM, Compo RA, Young-Hyman D, Riley WT, for the National Institutes of Health Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Expert Panel on Comparator Group Selection in Behavioral and Social Science Clinical Trials. The selection of comparators for randomized controlled trials of behavioral health interventions: Recommendations of an NIH expert panel. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 110: 74-81. PMID: 30826377 DOI: 10.1016/j.jclinepi.2019.02.011
Concannon TW, Grant SP, Welch V, Petkovic J, Selby J, Crowe S, Synnot A, Greer-Smith R, Mayo-Wilson E, Tambor E, Tugwell P, for the Multi Stakeholder Engagement (MuSE) Consortium. Practical Guidance for Involving Stakeholders in Health Research. Journal of General Internal Medicine 34(3):458–463. PMID: 30565151 DOI: 10.1007/s11606-018-4738-6
Mayo-Wilson E, Heyward J*, Keyes A, Reynolds J, White S, Atri N, Alexander C, Omar A, Ford DE on behalf of the National Clinical Trials Registration and Results Reporting Taskforce Survey Subcommittee. Clinical trial registration and reporting: A survey of academic organizations in the United States. BMC Medicine 16(60). PMID: 29716585 DOI: 10.1186/s12916-018-1042-6
Mayo-Wilson E, Li T, Fusco N*, Dickersin K, for the MUDS investigators. Practical guidance for using multiple data sources in systematic reviews and meta-analyses. Research Synthesis Methods 9(1) 2-11. PMID: 29057573 DOI: 10.1002/jrsm.1277
Mayo-Wilson E, Dickersin K. Challenges stemming from NIH’s extended registration and reporting requirements. Nature Human Behavior 2 (97). DOI: 10.1038/s41562-017-0286-z
Mayo-Wilson E, Golozar A, Cowley T, Fusco N*, Gresham G*, Haythornthwaite JA, Tolbert E, Payne JL, Rosman L, Hutfless S, Canner JK, Dickersin K. Methods to identify and prioritize patient-centered outcomes for use in comparative effectiveness research. Pilot and Feasibility Studies 4:95. PMID: 30026961 DOI: 10.1186/s40814-018-0284-6. [Published protocol; Dryad archive includes data and code]
Dickersin K, Mayo-Wilson E. Standards for design and measurement would make science reproducible and usable. PNAS 115 (11) 2590-2594. PMID: 29531086 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1708273114
Grant SP, Mayo-Wilson E, Montgomery P, Macdonald G, Michie S, Hopewell S, Moher D on behalf of the CONSORT –SPI Group. CONSORT-SPI Explanation and Elaboration: Guidance for reporting social and psychological intervention trials. Trials 19:406. PMID: 30060763 DOI: 10.1186/s13063-018-2735-z [Published protocol; ReShare archive includes data]
Li T, Mayo-Wilson E, Fusco N*, Hong H, Dickersin K. Caveat emptor: the combined effects of multiplicity and selective reporting. Trials 19:497. PMID: 30223876 DOI: 10.1186/s13063-018-2888-9
Montgomery P, Grant SP, Mayo-Wilson E, Macdonald G, Michie S, Hopewell S, Moher D on behalf of the CONSORT –SPI Group. Reporting randomised trials of social and psychological interventions: The CONSORT-SPI 2018 Extension. Trials 19:407. PMID: 30060754 DOI: 10.1186/s13063-018-2733-1 [Published protocol; ReShare archive includes data]
Appelbaum, M, Cooper H, Kline R, Mayo-Wilson E (order of authorship is alphabetical), Nezu AM, Rao S. Journal article reporting standards for quantitative research in psychology. American Psychologist 73 (1) 3-25. PMID: 29345484 DOI: 10.1037/amp0000191
Aalbersberg I, Appleyard T, Brookhart S, Carpenter T, Clarke M, Curry S, Dahl J, DeHaven A, Eich E, Franko M, Freedman L, Graf C, Grant S, Hanson B, Joseph H, Kiermer V, Kramer B, Kraut A, Karn RK, Lee C, MacFarlane A, Martone M, Mayo-Wilson E (order of authorship is alphabetical), McNutt M, McPhail M, Mellor D, Moher D, Mudditt A, Nosek B, Orland B, Parker T, Parsons M, Patterson M, Santos S, Shore C, Simons D, Spellman B, Spies J, Spitzer M, Stodden V, Swaminathan S, Sweet D, Tsui A, Simine Vazire S. Making science transparent by default; Introducing the TOP statement. OSF Preprints DOI: 10.17605/OSF.IO/SM78T
Mayo-Wilson E, Li T, Fusco N*, Bertizzolo L, Canner JK, Cowley T, Doshi P, Ehmsen J, Gresham G*, Guo N, Haythornthwaite JA, Heyward H, Hong H, Lock D*, Payne JL, Rosman L, Stuart EA, Suarez-Cuervo C, Tolbert E, Twose C, Vedula S, Dickersin K. Cherry-picking by trialists and meta-analysts can drive conclusions about intervention efficacy. J Clin Epidemiol. 91: 95-110. PMID: 28842290 DOI: 10.1016/j.jclinepi.2017.07.014 [Published protocol; Dryad archive includes data and code]
Mayo-Wilson E, Fusco N*, Li T, Hong H, Canner JK, Dickersin K, for the MUDS Investigators. Multiple outcomes and analyses in clinical trials: Challenges for interpretation and research synthesis. J Clin Epidemiol. 86C: 39-50. PMID: 28529187 DOI: 10.1016/j.jclinepi.2017.05.007 [Published protocol; Dryad archive includes data and code]
Mayo-Wilson E, Ng SM, Chuck RS, Li T. The quality of systematic reviews about interventions for refractive error can be improved: A review of systematic reviews. BMC Ophthalmology 17:164. PMID: 28870179 DOI: 10.1186/s12886-017-0561-9. [Data included in Additional file 1, Additional file 2, Additional file 3]
Dickersin K, Mayo-Wilson E, Li T for the MUDS Investigators. Integrating multiple data sources for meta-analysis to improve patient-centered outcomes research. Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (peer reviewed final research report). [Study registration; Published protocol]
Imdad A, Mayo-Wilson E, Herzer K, Bhutta ZA. Vitamin A supplementation for preventing disease and death in children aged six months to five years. Cochrane Database of Syst Rev Issue 3, Art. No.: CD008524. PMID: 28282701 DOI: 10.1002 / 14651858.CD008524.pub3 [Published protocol]
Cybulski L*, Mayo-Wilson E, Grant S. Improving transparency and reproducibility through registration: The status of intervention trials published in clinical psychology journals. J Consult Clin Psychol 84(9) 753-767. PMID: 27281372 DOI: 10.1037/ccp0000115. [Supplemental Data]
Oud M, Mayo-Wilson E, Braidwood R, Morriss R, Jones S, Kupka R, Cuijpers P, Kendall T. Psychological interventions for adults with bipolar disorder: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Br J Psychiatry 208(3): 213-222. PMID: 26932483 DOI: 10.1192/bjp.bp.114.157123
McLeroy K, Garney W, Mayo-Wilson E, Grant S. Scientific reporting, Raising the standards. Health Educ Behav 43(5) 501-508. PMID: 27624441 DOI: 10.1177/1090198116668522
Mayo-Wilson E, Hutfless S, Li T, Gresham G*, Fusco N*, Ehmsen J, Heyward J*, Vedula S, Lock D*, Haythornthwaite J, Payne JL, Cowley T, Tolbert E, Rosman L, Twose C, Stuart EA, Hong H, Doshi P, Suarez-Cuervo C, Singh S, Dickersin K. Integrating multiple data sources (MUDS) for meta-analysis to improve patient-centered outcomes research: A protocol. Syst Rev 4:143. PMID: 26525044 DOI: 10.1186/s13643-015-0134-z
Mayo-Wilson E, Doshi P, Dickersin K. Are manufacturers sharing data as promised? BMJ 351:h4169. PMID: 26407814 DOI: 10.1136/bmj.h4169
Stafford MR, Mayo-Wilson E, Loucas CE, James A, Hollis C, Birchwood M, Kendall T. Efficacy and safety of pharmacological and psychological interventions for the treatment of psychosis and schizophrenia in children and young people: systematic review and meta-analysis. PLoS ONE 10(2): e0117166. PMID: 25671707 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0117166
Mavranezouli I, Mayo-Wilson E, Dias S, Kew K, Clark DM, Ades AE, Pilling S. The cost effectiveness of psychological and pharmacological interventions for social anxiety disorder: A model-based economic analysis. PLoS ONE 10 (10): e0140704. PMID: 26506554 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0140704
Clarke K*, Mayo-Wilson E, Kenny J*, Pilling S. Can non-pharmacological interventions prevent relapse in adults who have recovered from depression? A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Clin Psychol Rev 39, 58-70. PMID: 25939032 DOI: 10.1016/j.cpr.2015.04.002
Montgomery P, Mayo-Wilson E. Randomized controlled trials and evidence-based practice. In Kevin Corcoran & Albert R. Roberts (Ed.), Social Workers’ Desk Reference (pp. 1221-1229). Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN: 9780199329649
Yesufu-Udechuku A, Harrison B, Mayo-Wilson E, Young N, Shiers D, Kuipers E, Kendall T. Interventions to improve the experience of caring for people with severe mental illness: systematic review and meta-analysis. Br J Psychiatry 206(4): 268-275. PMID: 25833867 DOI: 10.1192/bjp.bp.114.147561
Sherman LW, Strang H, Mayo-Wilson E, Woods DJ, Ariel B. Are restorative justice conferences effective in reducing repeat offending? Findings from a Campbell systematic review. J Quant Criminol 31(1), 1-24. DOI: 10.1007/s10940-014-9222-9 [Published protocol]
Ades AE, Lu G, Dias S, Mayo-Wilson E, Kounali D. Simultaneous synthesis of treatment effects and mapping to a common scale: an alternative to standardization. Res Synth Methods 6(1) 96-107. doi: 10.1002/jrsm.1130. PMID: 26035473 DOI: 10.1002/jrsm.1130
Cargo M, Stankov I, Thomas J, Saini M, Rogers P, Mayo-Wilson E, Hannes K. Development, inter-rater reliability and feasibility of a checklist to assess implementation (Ch-IMP) in systematic reviews: the case of provider-based prevention and treatment programs targeting children and youth. BMC Med Res Methodol 15:73. PMID: 26346461 DOI: 10.1186/s12874-015-0037-7
Nosek BA, Alter G, Banks G, Borsboom D, Bowman S, Breckler S, Buck S, Chambers C, Chin G, Christensen G, Contestabile M, Dafoe A, Freese J, Glennerster R, Goroff D, Green DP, Hesse B, Humphreys M, Ishiyama J, Karlan D, Kraut A, Lupia A, Mabry PL, Madon T, Malhotra N, Mayo-Wilson E (order of authorship is alphabetical after the first author), McNutt M, Miguel E, Paluck EL, Simonsohn U, Soderberg C, Spellman B, Turitto J, VandenBos G, Vazire S, Wagenmakers EJ, Wilson RK, Yarkoni T. Promoting an open research culture. Science 348:6242 p.1422-1425. PMID: 26113702 DOI: 10.1126/science.aab2374
Mayo-Wilson E, Dias S, Mavranezouli I, Kew K, Clark DM, Ades T, Pilling S. Psychological and pharmacological interventions for social anxiety disorder in adults: A systematic review and network meta-analysis. Lancet Psychiatry 1(5): 368-376. PMID: 26361000 DOI: 10.1016/S2215-0366(14)70329-3 [Registered protocol; Data and code in Appendix A and Appendix B]
Mayo-Wilson E, Grant SP*, Burton J, Parsons A*, Underhill K, Montgomery P. Preventive home visits for mortality, morbidity, and institutionalization in older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis. PLoS ONE 9(3): e89257. PMID: 24622676 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0089257 [Published protocol]
Mayo-Wilson E, Junior J*, Imdad A, Dean S, Hui Chan X, Chan E, Jaswal A, Bhutta Z. Zinc supplementation for preventing mortality and morbidity, and promoting growth, in children aged 6 months to 12 years of age. Cochrane Database of Syst Rev Issue 5, Art. No.: CD 009384. PMID: 24826920 DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD009384.pub2 [Published protocol]
Mayo-Wilson E, Imdad A, Junior J*, Dean S, Bhutta Z. Preventive zinc supplementation for children, and the effect of additional iron: A systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ Open 4:e004647. PMID: 24948745 DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2013-004647 [Published protocol]
Lloyd-Evans B, Mayo-Wilson E, Harrison B, Istead H, Brown E, Pilling S, Johnson S, Kendall T. A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials of peer support for people with severe mental illness. BMC Psychiatry 14(39). PMID: 24528545 DOI: 10.1186/1471-244X-14-39
Harrison B, Mayo-Wilson E. Trial registration: Understanding and preventing bias in social work research. Res Soc Work Pract 24(3): 372-376. DOI: 10.1177/1049731513512374
Kendall T, Morriss R, Mayo-Wilson E, Marcus E. Assessment and management of bipolar disorder: summary of updated NICE guidance. BMJ 349:g5673. PMID: 25258392 DOI: 10.1136/bmj.g5673
Brown TW*, van Urk FC*, Waller R*, Mayo-Wilson E. Centre-based day care for children under five in low- and middle-income countries (Review). Cochrane Database of Syst Rev Issue 9. Art. No.: CD010543. PMID: 25254354 DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD010543.pub2 [Published protocol]
van Urk FC*, Brown TW*, Waller R*, Mayo-Wilson E. Centre-based day care for children under five in high-income countries (Review). Cochrane Database of Syst Rev Issue 9. Art. No.: CD010544. PMID: 25247266 DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD010544.pub2 [Published protocol]
Grant SP*, Parsons A*, Burton J, Montgomery P, Underhill K, Mayo-Wilson E. Home visits for prevention of impairment and death in elderly people. Campbell Collaboration Library. DOI: 10.4073/csr.2014.3 [Published protocol]
Mayo-Wilson E, Montgomery P, Hopewell S, McDonald G, Moher D, Grant SP*. Developing a Reporting Guideline for Social and Psychological Intervention Trials. Br J Psychiatry 203: 250-254. PMID: 24029534 DOI: 10.1192/bjp.bp.112.123745
This article was published simultaneously in:
Trials 14:242. PMID: PMID: 23915044 DOI: 10.1186/1745-6215-14-242
Am J Public Health 103(10): 1741-1746. PMID: 23947317 DOI: 10.2105/AJPH.2013.301447
J Exp Criminol 9: 355-367. DOI: 10.1007/s11292-013-9180-5
Res Soc Work Pract 23: 595-602. PMID: 25076832 DOI: 10.1177/1049731513498118
Brit J Soc Work Brit J Soc Work . DOI: 10.1093/bjsw/bct129
Mayo-Wilson E, Montgomery P. Media-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy and behavioural therapy (self-help) for anxiety disorders in adults. Cochrane Database of Syst Rev Issue 9, Art No. CD005330. PMID: 24018460 DOI: 10.1002 / 14651858.CD005330.pub4 [Published protocol]
Pilling S, Mayo-Wilson E, Mavranezouli I, Kew K, Taylor C, Clark DM. Recognition, assessment and treatment of social anxiety disorder: Summary of NICE Guidance. BMJ 346:f2541. PMID: 23697669 DOI: 10.1136/bmj.f2541
Grant SP*, Mayo-Wilson E, Melendez-Torres G, Montgomery P. Reporting quality of randomised trials in behavioural and psychological journals. PLoS ONE 8(5): e65442. PMID: 23734256 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0065442
Strang H, Sherman LW, Mayo-Wilson E, Woods DJ, Ariel B. Restorative Justice Conferencing (RJC) Using Face-To-Face Meetings of Offenders and Victims: Effects on Offender Recidivism and Victim Satisfaction. Campbell Collaboration Library. DOI: 10.4073/csr.2013.10 [Published protocol]
Stafford MR, Jackson H, Mayo-Wilson E, Morrison T, Kendall T. Early interventions to prevent psychosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ 346:f185. PMID: 23335473 DOI: 10.1136/bmj.f185
Montgomery P, Underhill K, Operario D, Gardner F, Mayo-Wilson E. The Oxford Implementation Index: A new tool for incorporating implementation data into systematic reviews and meta-analyses. J Clin Epidemiol 66(8): 874-882. PMID: 23810026 DOI: 10.1016/j.jclinepi.2013.03.006
Montgomery P, Grant SP*, Hopewell S, Macdonald G, Moher D, Michie S, Mayo-Wilson E. Protocol for CONSORT-SPI: An Extension for social and psychological interventions. Implement Sci 8:99. PMID: 24004579 DOI: 10.1186/1748-5908-8-99
Wood S*, Mayo-Wilson E. School-based mentoring: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Res Soc Work Pract 22(3): 257-269. DOI: 10.1177/1049731511430836
Koper C, Mayo-Wilson E. Police strategies to reduce illegal possession and carrying of firearms: Effects on gun crime. Campbell Collaboration Library. DOI: 10.4073/csr.2012.11 [Published protocol]
Mayo-Wilson E, Imdad A, Herzer K*, Yakoob MY, Bhutta ZA. Vitamin A supplements for preventing mortality, illness and blindness in children under 5: A systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ, 343:d5094. PMID: 21868478 DOI: 10.1136/bmj.d5094 [Published protocol]
Mayo-Wilson E, Imdad A, Herzer K*, Yakoob MY, Bhutta ZA. Vitamin A supplementation for preventing morbidity and mortality in children from 6 months to 5 years of age. J Evid Based Med 4(2): 141. DOI: 10.1111/j.1756-5391.2011.01129.x [Published protocol]
Eysenbach G, CONSORT-EHEALTH Group (Moher D, Ritterband L, Christensen H, Stoner S, Drozd F, Blankers M, Crutzen R, Tait R, Mohr D, Evans D, Kok R, Chumnanvej S, Kooprasertying P, Anthony S, Kivuti LW, Hambly K, Aarts JW, Prins J, De la Torre I, Cook R, Jung BC, Burkhard R, Ruiz-Baques A, Gabarron E, Ahmadvand A, Gentles S, Kauer S, Kristjánsdóttir ÓB, Choubisa R, Achampong EK, Arvidsson D, Gagnon MP, Gurgan M, Daviss S, Mathieu E, Labrecque M, Anders HG, Lehto T, Kaldoudi E, Klovning A, Chih MY, Antypas K, Eide H, Lewin T, Leung FL, Ancker J, Fernando J, Archambault PM, Dias R, Lau A, Beck P, Mayo-Wilson E, Bewick B. CONSORT-EHEALTH: improving and standardizing evaluation reports of Web-based and mobile health interventions. J Med Internet Res 13(4): e126. PMID: 22209829 DOI: 10.2196/jmir.1923
Imdad A, Herzer K*, Mayo-Wilson E, Yakoob MY, Bhutta ZA. Vitamin A supplementation for preventing morbidity and mortality in children from 6 months to 5 years of age. Cochrane Database of Syst Rev Issue 12, Art. No.: CD008524. PMID: 21154399 DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD008524.pub2 [Published protocol]
Mayo-Wilson E, Montgomery P, Dennis JA. Personal assistance for children and adolescents (0-18) with both physical and intellectual impairments. Cochrane Database of Syst Rev Issue 3, Art. No.: CD006859. PMID: 18646173 DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD006859.pub2 [Published protocol]
Mayo-Wilson E, Montgomery P, Dennis JA. Personal assistance for children and adolescents (0-18) with intellectual impairments. Cochrane Database of Syst Rev Issue 3, Art. No.: CD006858. PMID: 18646172 DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD006858.pub2 [Published protocol]
Mayo-Wilson E, Montgomery P, Dennis JA. Personal assistance for adults (19-64) with physical impairments. Cochrane Database of Syst Rev Issue 3, Art. No.: CD006856. PMID: 18646171. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD006856.pub2 [Published protocol]
Mayo-Wilson E, Montgomery P, Dennis JA. Personal assistance for adults (19-64) with both physical and intellectual impairments. Cochrane Database of Syst Rev Issue 2, Art. No. CD006860. PMID: 18425973. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD006860.pub2 [Published protocol]
Montgomery P, Mayo-Wilson E, Dennis JA. Personal assistance for older adults (65+) without dementia. Cochrane Database of Syst Rev Issue 1, Art. No.: CD006855. PMID: 18254118. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD006855.pub2 [Published protocol]
Montgomery P, Mayo-Wilson E, Dennis JA. Personal assistance for children and adolescents (0-18) with physical impairments. Cochrane Database of Syst Rev Issue 3, Art. No.: CD006277. PMID: 18646141. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD006277.pub2 [Published protocol]
Montgomery P, Mayo-Wilson E. Randomized controlled trials and evidence-based practice. In Albert R. Roberts (Ed.), Social Workers’ Desk Reference (pp. 1142-1148). Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN: 9780195369373
Koper C, Mayo-Wilson E. Police crackdowns for illegal gun carrying: A systematic review of their impacts on gun crime. J Exp Criminol 2(2): 227-261. DOI: 10.1007/s11292-006-9005-x
Renzema M, Mayo-Wilson E (2005). Can electronic monitoring reduce crime for moderate to high risk offenders? J Exp Criminol 1(2): 215-237. DOI: 10.1007/s11292-005-1615-1
Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington
Intermediate Epidemiology (SPH 651)
Intermediate Epidemiology will build upon the concepts introduced in SPH-E 651 by going into further detail regarding elements of study design, data analysis and interpretation, and inference in epidemiologic research. Principles and methods are illustrated with examples, and reviewed through problem sets and homework
Each summer, I teach on a NIH summer institute
Summer Institute on Randomized Behavioral Clinical Trials, National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI)
This summer institute is a two-week course for postdoctoral researchers and junior faculty. I attend for one week, during which I give lectures and work with groups of fellows to develop protocols for clinical trials of behavioral interventions.
At Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, I taught three courses: Introduction to Clinical Trials (304.645.81), Clinical Trials: Procedures, Design, and Interpretation of Results (340.861.81), and Methods for Conducting Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (340.606.01). At the University of Oxford, I taught Research Methods and Systematic Reviews.
This course teaches students conduct systematic reviews and meta-analyses, including: defining eligibility criteria, searching for studies, extracting data, conducting pairwise meta-analyses and exploring heterogeneity of effects, interpreting results, and writing research reports. The course also offers a preliminary introduction to network meta-analysis.
This course introduces masters and PhD students to the methods for conducting and analyzing clinical trials. Students learn about the features of various trial designs, ways to minimize risk of bias, calculate trial sample size, randomly assign participants to groups, and report results according to current guidelines. The course is offered during the second term. An introductory course in epidemiology, and Introduction to Online Learning, are prerequisites.
This course offers a detailed study of clinical trials, including data management, data and safety monitoring boards, and clinical trial regulation. Students learn to develop a study protocol and related documents required to conduct clinical trials. Introduction to Clinical Trials (340.645) is a prerequisite.
I am an Associate Editor for the peer review of PCORI's funded research.
Journal Editorial board Membership
AD HOC REVIEWER
My review history is available at Publons (99 verified reviews).
I have reviewed for the following journals: Addiction, American Journal of Public Health, American Psychologist, BMC Medicine, BMC Medical Research Methodology, BMJ, BMJ Open, British Journal of Psychiatry, Campbell Library, Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews, Cochrane Library (Depression Anxiety and Neurosis Group, Developmental Psychosocial and Learning Problems Group, Neuromuscular Disease Group, Breast Cancer Group), Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Depression and Anxiety, Health Psychology Review, International Journal of Psychiatry in Clinical Practice, International Journal of Nursing Studies, JAMA, JAMA Internal Medicine, JAMA Ophthalmology, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, PLoS One, Psychological Medicine, Research on Social Work Practice, Research Integrity and Peer Review, Systematic Reviews, Trials.
Funding and Support
My research is supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), and the Laura and John Arnold Foundation (LJAF). I have previously received support from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, UK (NICE) and the Economic and Social Research Council, UK (ESRC).
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My wife, Larissa Jennings Mayo-Wilson, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Health Science at the School of Public Health Indiana University-Bloomington.
My brother, Conor Mayo-Wilson, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Washington. His wife, Stephanie Selover, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Washington.
Disclaimer: My publications, website, and comments on social media do not necessarily represent the official views of the organizations that have supported my work.
Last updated: August 27, 2019