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The Cochrane-REWARD Prize was announced during the gala dinner at the Cochrane Colloquium in Edinburgh The EQUATOR Network Education and Training Manager, Caroline Struthers, has just received the Cochrane-REWARD Prize from the hands of Sir Iain Chalmers during … Read More
After ten years with the EQUATOR Network, Iveta Simera has moved on from her post as founding Deputy Director of the UK EQUATOR Centre, joining the Global Health Network. In this blog post, UK EQUATOR Centre Director Doug Altman summarises … Read More
Liz Wager presents in this video a synthesis on how ethics in research evolved in the last 20 years, from a time of little access to the internet to smartphones, and an era of very few retractions of papers to an improvement on how retractions are handled by editors, including fake peer review cases. The talk took place in the COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) European Forum in 2017.
What happens to meta-analyses after the removal of retracted studies from the pool of primary studies that had been first reviewed? What is the cost of retraction? This is the theme of the presentation by Daniele Fanelli, on a study with David Moher, in the last Peer Review Congress. Watch here!