Here's the best data (not surprisingly an solo Ioannidis masterpiece): increase of "2,728% for systematic reviews and 2,635% for meta-analyses" from 1991-2014 found in PubMed. Here's the anecdote: we are a bit fatigued by these papers.
1: Ioannidis JP. The Mass Production of Redundant, Misleading, and Conflicted Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses. Milbank Q. 2016 Sep;94(3):485-514. doi: 10.1111/1468-0009.12210. PubMed PMID: 27620683; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5020151.
The Mass Production of Redundant, Misleading, and Conflicted Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses. - PubMed - NCBI
MIDLIFE crisis - is meta-analysis having one at 40 years on? Ioannidis noted that if you change inclusion criteria then results change hugely "The Mass Production of Redundant, Misleading, and Conflicted Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses" #AIMOS2019
Je tweete ici aussi. Cela peut servir. Antidépresseurs: ce que pense Ioannidis sur les métaanalyses en général et sur celles concernant les antidépresseurs en particulier.