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

13/08/2014 - Videos now available from the scientific meeting in Paris: Improving reporting to decrease the waste of research

The 6th annual lecture, presentations and roundtable discussion were recorded and are now available to watch Read More

13/08/2014 - Interview with Iveta Simera about the EQUATOR Network

The plagiarism detection software company iThenticate recently interviewed EQUATOR’s Head of Programme Development, Iveta Simera Read More

12/08/2014 - Declaration of transparency

A BMJ editorial published by D. Altman and D. Moher, two key leaders of the EQUATOR initiative, proposes that authors of research papers are asked to sign a declaration that their paper is not misleading. The scientific community and the … Read More

Interesting videos

What could or should research funders do?

J Farrar Professor Jeremy Farrar talks very engagingly about challenges for health and research reflecting his experience as a clinician, scientist and as a director of the Wellcome Trust.

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EQUATOR Annual Lecture 2014

D RennieDr Drummond Rennie presents the 6th EQUATOR Annual Lecture in Paris in May 2014:

“When Something Gets up Your Nose, Sneeze. How to improve the medical literature while getting educated by your friends.”

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Latest guest blogger

B.J. Visser: How much money do we waste on research?

Jelle Visser 12/08/2014

It has been claimed that 85% of biomedical research is wasted because of inadequate production and reporting of research. This implies a considerable financial loss for society and industry Read More