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WORKSHOP: Key guidelines for reporting health research studies

10/10/2012

Programme and slides

Pre-conference workshop, 10 October 2012, Freiburg, Germany

Facilitators:

Professor Doug Altman, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, University of Oxford, UK
Dr John Hoey, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada
Professor Ana Marusic, University of Split, Croatia
Dr Kenneth F. Schulz, Family Health International, Durham, USA
Dr Iveta Simera, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, University of Oxford, UK

 

Programme and slides:

Welcome & programme outline (Kenneth F. Schulz)

Enhancing the quality and transparency of health research through the use of reporting guidelines (Doug Altman)

Research article structure: where can reporting guidelines help? (Iveta Simera)

Key reporting guidelines in detail and practical exercises: CONSORT Statement 2010 (Kenneth F. Schulz)

Reporting systematic reviews and meta-analyses (PRISMA) and observational studies (STROBE) (Doug Altman)

The EQUATOR Network: Library for Health Research Reporting (Iveta Simera)

Discussion of common deficiencies related to poor reporting encountered during the editorial process

Responsibilities of editors and reviewers (Ana Marusic)

What editors expect from authors / manuscripts (John Hoey)

Summary & key learning points (Kenneth F. Schulz)

 

 

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