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|Diagnostic / prognostic studies||STARD||TRIPOD||Other|
|Quality improvement studies||SQUIRE||Other|
|Animal pre-clinical studies||ARRIVE||Other|
|Clinical practice guidelines||AGREE||RIGHT||Other|
Twenty researchers and clinicians joined us for a week-long journey to create well-reported, clear research with an impact beyond academia. Researchers are taught to do research, not to write papers. It’s a familiar refrain, and the reason for our flagship … Read More
The Gerstein Science Information Centre at the University of Toronto recently organised a seminar focusing on achieving quality and transparency when conducting scoping or systematic reviews Read More
This video records an event, held on 26 May 2016 at the Royal Society in London, that focussed on replication and reproducibility in psychology. The event was organised by the Joint Committee for Psychology in Higher Education, the British Psychological Society, Experimental Psychology Society and the Association of Heads of Psychology Departments.
This short video, produced by the BMJ, introduces the AGREE II reporting guideline and discusses how it can help practice guideline developers to ensure the completeness and transparency of reporting in practice guidelines.
Writing and publishing your QI work can be challenging. Navigating the requirements for journals as well as knowing what to include in a published peer-reviewed report of QI can make the task even more difficult. The Standards for Quality Improvement … Read More