Yearly Archives: 2015

Non-publication rates by US Institutions

A recent investigation of publication rates found that most US research institutions — including leading universities and hospitals in addition to drug companies — routinely break a US law that requires them to report the results of human studies of

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METRICS conference

The presentations are now available from the recent METRICS conference – Improving Biomedical Research 2015: Challenges and Solutions. The two-day event was organized around five themes: • Data Transparency and Open Science, • Peer-Review and Evaluation of Science, • Research

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A history of the evolution of guidelines for reporting medical research: the long road to the EQUATOR Network

A history of the evolution of guidelines for reporting medical research: the long road to the EQUATOR Network. « The James Lind Library Introduction Testing medical treatments and other interventions aimed at improving people’s health is incredibly important. However, comparative

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Mona Nasser: How can research publication be improved?

The first day of the EQUATOR/REWARD conference coincided with the publication of the most recent article on reducing waste in research—“increasing value and reducing waste in biomedical research: who’s listening?” The paper explores how different stakeholders responded to the call

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