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Annual EQUATOR Lecture 2017: Patrick Bossuyt
Date: 11 September 2017
Location: Chicago, Illinois, USA

We were delighted to welcome Patrick Bossuyt, Professor at the Department of Clinical Epidemiology, Biostatistics & Bioinformatics at the Academic Medical Center University of Amsterdam, to deliver the 8th EQUATOR Annual Lecture. Read More

Introduction to Medical Research: Essential Skills
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The Introduction to Medical Research: Essential Skills course provides an overview of key steps and common methods in medical research and its publication. We deliver the course for the Oxford University Clinical Academic School and it’s available to Oxford Foundation School doctors … Read More

EQUATOR Network workshop at Global Evidence Summit 2017
Date: 13-16 September 2017
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

The Global Evidence Summit in September 2017 is the first time that Cochrane, the Campbell Collaboration, Guidelines-International Network, International Society for Evidence-based Health Care, and Joanna Briggs Institute are joining forces to create the premiere event in evidence-based policy.  Join … Read More

EQUATOR Publication School – 2-day workshop with EQUATOR Canada
Date: 5-6 October 2017
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Canadian EQUATOR Centre 2-day PUBLICATION SCHOOL workshop The principles of publication science Toronto, Canada, 5-6 October 2017 The EQUATOR Network’s flagship Publication School, developed by the UK EQUATOR Centre at the University of Oxford, is now in Canada! Join the … Read More

EQUATOR pre-congress workshops, Swissotel, Chicago, 9 September 2017
Date: 9 September 2017
Location: Swissotel, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Join the EQUATOR Network GoodReports campaign and the Centre for Journalology & International Society of Managing and Technical Editors (ISMTE) on Saturday 9 September EQUATOR are delighted to invite you to register for two unique workshops. At the first, you will … Read More

Practising What We Preach: How we improved the publication guidelines for quality improvement research
Date: 9 March 2017 1-2pm
Location: Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre, Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, Oxford University

UK EQUATOR Centre Seminar Thursday 9 March, 1-2pm Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre, Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, Oxford University Entry is free, but please book via Eventbrite Speakers Louise Davies and Greg Ogrinc, from the Dartmouth Institute in New Hampshire USA … Read More

Register free of charge for the SQUIRE European Conference on writing about healthcare improvement 7-8 March, Leicester, UK
Date: 7-9 March 2017
Location: Leicester and Oxford UK

We’re delighted to announce two unique opportunities in early March to hear about and participate in the work of the SQUIRE group in improving the reporting of health systems improvement research. Join an interprofessional group of attendees from around the … Read More

EQUATOR workshop at the 5th World Conference on Research Integrity 2017
Date: 28-31 May 2017
Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Be part of the solution! Join EQUATOR’s Doug Altman and Jen de Beyer at a workshop exploring practical ways you can use reporting guidelines and related tools to improve the integrity, usability and impact of research Sunday 28th May: 10am-1pm … Read More

4th University Internationalization Seminar Washington DC 16 March 2016
Date: 16 March 2016
Location: Washington DC

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

UK EQUATOR Centre Publication School Oxford 27 June-1 July 2016
Date: 27 June - 1 July 2016
Location: St Catherine's College, Oxford

Twenty researchers and clinicians joined us for a week-long journey to create well-reported, clear research with an impact beyond academia. Researchers are taught to do research, not to write papers. It’s a familiar refrain, and the reason for our flagship … Read More

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