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Library for health research reporting

The Library contains a comprehensive searchable database of reporting guidelines and also links to other resources relevant to research reporting.

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EQUATOR highlights

24/09/2018 - EQUATOR Network awarded for reducing waste in research

    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

3/04/2018 - Fond farewells: Celebrating Iveta Simera’s decade with the EQUATOR Network

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

Interesting videos

How the EQUATOR Network works


In an event held by MedComms Networking, Caroline Struthers describes how the EQUATOR Network promotes transparent and accurate reporting and a wider use of reporting guidelines in biomedical science by supporting authors.

See the 12-minute video!




Shared data and reproducibility

In this presentation in the 20th anniversary of COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics), Iain Hrynaszkiewicz, from Springer Nature, talks about research data sharing: how it can affect reproducibility of studies, funding, copyright, the difficulties and ethical challenges and the benefits.


Research integrity and transparency in 2020


This 6-minute long video is a compilation of views and declarations about what researchers want to see in 2020 regarding transparency and integrity in research, so that waste is reduced. This video was the result of the question that COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) proposed to researchers, funders, publishers and members of ethics organizations.

What would you like to see by 2020 with respect to transparency in research?

Latest guest blogger

A journalist in the EQUATOR Network


How did a journalist end up in the EQUATOR Network team? That is a question I hear very often: what is a journalist doing working among medical doctors and statisticians? What is your role?   Well, it started very early … Read More