Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research
The EQUATOR mission is to achieve accurate, complete, and transparent reporting of all health research studies to support research reproducibility and usefulness. In addition to our main EQUATOR website we have begun compiling specialist collections of resources about reporting for individual specialties which we hope will provide practical help to clinicians and researchers in the implementation of reporting guidelines within their research. This oncology specialist collection is the first such collection and it is at an early stage of development. In the meantime, whilst we develop a comprehensive resource, we hope that the information and resources highlighted here are helpful to oncology researchers.
About this specialty resource
EQUATOR Oncology Current Awareness Bulletin
Quality of reporting of randomised controlled trials in oncology
Statistical controversies in clinical research
Useful resources and references for oncology researchers
Read the latest issue of our EQUATOR Oncology Current Awareness Bulletin: September 2017 issue
Visit our archive of previously highlighted new publications and resources of interest.
National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) 2016 conference
The EQUATOR Oncology lead (Angela MacCarthy) attended the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) 2016 conference in Liverpool, UK. Angela presented a poster, describing (i) some research on the quality of oncology trial reporting for publication and (ii) EQUATOR Oncology. View the poster (PDF)
EQUATOR Oncology leaflet
Download our EQUATOR Oncology promotional leaflet
The development of this cancer-specific project within the EQUATOR Network is funded by Cancer Research UK (CRUK).
We welcome your comments and suggestions on the development of this project. Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This page was last updated on: 11 October 2017
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