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28/02/2014 S. Kirtley: Can librarians contribute to increasing value and reducing waste in medical research?

The recently published Lancet series on waste in biomedical research provides a fascinating and thought provoking glimpse into the complex world of medical research and the myriad of issues that can disrupt completion and use of high quality research Read More

20/12/2013 D. Riley: The CARE guidelines

We created a consensus-based set of reporting guidelines for case reports to increase the quality of reporting from patient encounters and lead into a systematic data collection effort Read More

26/11/2013 P. McCulloch: The IDEAL Collaboration

The IDEAL framework outlines a realistic view of how surgical interventions, medical devices and other complex interventions actually develop in practice. Evaluation needs to recognise these stages of development, and both reporting standards and methodology need to be tailored Read More

20/03/2013 T.A. Lang & D.G. Altman: Introducing the SAMPL guidelines

The SAMPL Guidelines provide a set of statistical reporting guidelines suitable for medical journals to include in their Instructions for Authors. The guidelines tell authors, journal editors, and reviewers how to report basic statistical methods and results Read More

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