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Copyright and fair use
Developers of reporting guidelines need to consider what can happen to their guideline after it is published - it can be considered for translation, adaptation or extension to more specific conditions, wording of recommendations can be cut or shortened, etc.
It is therefore paramount that RG developers think about these possible scenarios before the first publication of the guideline and / or when creating a guideline website.
Read more about these issues.
STROBE website - note on further use of the STROBE guideline
Page last edited: 10 April 2012