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12/12/2018 EQUATOR Network resources now available in German

Lesen Sie, dies auf Deutsch Sprechen Sie Deutsch? The EQUATOR Network is proud to launch its German pages this week. Now, German-speaking researchers around the world will find resources for better research reporting more easily and quickly, says Shona Kirtley, … Read More

25/09/2018 A survey on research transparency: do participate!

The UK Health Research Authority (HRA) is conducting a survey on transparency in research that can be responded until Friday, 28 of September. The survey is aimed primarily at researchers, sponsors and funders, but is open to anyone with an … Read More

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

17/08/2018 NEW open access online course on using reporting guidelines

We are delighted to announce the launch of a new open-access online course Reporting guidelines: simple and powerful tools to increase the impact and visibility of your research . The course is the result of a collaboration between the EQUATOR … Read More

22/06/2018 From Edinburgh to Bucharest for the EQUATOR “GoodReports” project

Report from Caroline Struthers, Education and Training Manager, UK EQUATOR Centre, Oxford In September 2017 I was lucky enough to represent EQUATOR at a round table discussion during the LAVA-ESLAV-ECLAM conference on Reproducibility of Animal Studies in Edinburgh. All attendees … Read More

04/06/2018 Doug Altman, 12 July 1948 – 3 June 2018

Doug Altman, founder of the EQUATOR Network and Centre for Statistics in Medicine and driving force behind CONSORT, passed away on Sunday 3 June 2018. He leaves behind an incredible legacy to the world of medical research and statistics and … Read More

06/03/2018 The Nutritools website: promoting quality in dietary assessment data in epidemiological and clinical studies

Measuring diet is challenging due to the complexity of food intake and the day-to-day variation between and within study participants. Therefore strategies to help researchers select suitable dietary assessment tools (DATs) are required. To address this issue the Nutritools website … Read More

23/02/2018 EQUATOR Network publishes review of reporting guidelines for cancer research

The UK EQUATOR Centre has published a review of oncology-specific reporting guidelines, including information about the EQUATOR Oncology Project. Members of the EQUATOR team today published an article in the British Journal of Cancer entitled Reporting guidelines for oncology research: … Read More

30/01/2018 Apply for the 2018 Cochrane-REWARD prize for reducing waste in research

Nominations for the 2018 Cochrane-REWARD prize are now open. Two prizes will be awarded to local or pilot initiatives with the greatest potential to reduce waste in research if scaled up globally. An estimated $170 billion of research funding is … Read More

24/01/2018 Introducing MERIDIAN, home of reporting guidelines for research involving animals

Reporting guidelines for research on animals now has a home! The newly launched Menagerie of Reporting Guidelines Involving Animals – MERIDIAN – is hosted by the Iowa State University and run by Dr Annette O’Connor.   Since our inception, the … Read More

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