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5th World Conference on Research Integrity

The 5th World Conference on Research Integrity will be held in Amsterdam, May 2017. This will be the main REWARD venue for 2017, with several REWARD sessions and many relevant other session. Details on the conference website: http://www.wcri2017.org/ and you can read

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Plenaries – WCRI

The slides of all Plenaries from the 4th World Conference on Research Integrity is available to view at: http://wcri2015.org/plenaries.html VIDEO Why is waste in research an ethical issue? – Elizabeth Wager

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Video of Prof Michael Bracken

Click on the following link to view the video of Prof Michael Bracken’s recent Robert S Gordon Lecture entitled: “Inefficiency and Waste in Biomedical Research: How Prevalent Is It, What Are Its Causes, and How Is It Prevented?”

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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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