Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research

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Essential resources for writing and publishing health research

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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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

30/03/2016 - EQUATOR and PAHO develop practical action plan for universities to support their scientists in responsible reporting

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On 15 March 2016, Dr Iveta Simera, Deputy Director of the UK EQUATOR Centre gave the presentation: Research papers that make a difference: how to increase research value, reputation, and impact at the 4th University Internationalizaton Seminar held in Washington … Read More

23/03/2016 - Two great EQUATOR events in Oxford this summer

23-03-2016 16-34-09

EQUATOR will be at Evidence Live! We are delighed that the Centre for Evidence-based Medicine invited EQUATOR to run a day-long pre-conference workshop on 21st June before Evidence Live called The EQUATOR Network: Get your research published and be praised … Read More

Interesting videos

What’s new in GPP3?

GPP3 Liz Wager

Liz Wager talks about the newly published GPP3 guidelines and highlights the changes that feature in the update to these guidelines.

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Towards truth in published research

Truth published research John Ioannidis

Professor John Ioannidis talks about replication and transparency of published research findings at the PLOS Medicine 10th Anniversary Symposium.

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Latest guest blogger

It’s a kind of magic: how to improve adherence to reporting guidelines

from ‘What’s so funny about science?’ Sidney Harris (1977) 17/02/2016

Diana Marshall (Senior Managing Editor) and Daniel Shanahan (Associate Publisher) of BioMed Central introduce a pilot experiment starting at four BMC-series journals that aims to help authors find the relevant reporting guideline for their study. Science is facing a crisis. … Read More