Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research

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The resource centre for good reporting of health research studies

Toolkits

The EQUATOR Network works to improve the reliability and value of medical research literature by promoting transparent and accurate reporting of research studies.

Our Toolkits support different user groups, including:

Authors

Information and resources for authors

Editors

Information and resources for editors and peer reviewers

Developers

Information and resources for guideline developers

Librarians

Information and resources for librarians

Teachers

Information and resources for teachers

Endorsements

Funding

EQUATOR highlights

23/05/2014 - AllTrials video – make clinical trials count

AllTrials.net have produced a new video highlighting the issue of non-publication of clinical trial results. Read More

16/04/2014 - The STROBE Statement webinar recording now available

The recording of the EQUATOR – PAHO March 2014 webinar on the STROBE Statement Read More

17/03/2014 - Scientific meeting and the EQUATOR Annual Lecture 2014, 16 May 2014, Paris, France

The INSERM-Sorbonne Paris Cite Epidemiology and Statistics Research Centre in collaboration with the EQUATOR Network will be hosting a one-day scientific meeting: “Improving reporting to decrease the waste of research”. The aim of the meeting is to bring important issues … Read More

Interesting videos

STROBE Statement guidance for reporting observational studies

Erik von Elm, a senior epidemiologist, co-director of Cochrane Switzerland and one of the STROBE group leaders introduces the STROBE Statement

Watch the video on Youtube

 

TIDieR – better reporting of interventions

Tidier Introducing a new guideline providing a template for better description of interventions

Watch the video on Youtube

Latest guest blogger

Why aren’t researchers told about reporting guidelines?

Liz Wager blog photo [small] 3/07/2014

Liz Wager reflects on a recent talk that she gave to postgraduate students at a careers day for biomedical researchers considering working in medical communications Read More