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EQUATOR highlights

3/08/2020 - DPhil position open at the UK EQUATOR Centre

The UK EQUATOR Centre opened a 3-year Dphil (PhD) position at the Centre for Statistics in Medicine (CSM), the University of Oxford. This is an exciting opportunity for those interested in investigating methodology and research quality in health research, preferably … Read More

9/07/2020 - The EQUATOR Network Newsletters are back!

The EQUATOR Network Newsletter will be published quarterly to keep researchers connected with good reporting, news and resources. The first EQUATOR Newsletter in 2020 was released in April and can be read here. A July edition is coming soon. Sign … Read More

Interesting videos

UK EQUATOR Centre webinars: the OxPal

The UK EQUATOR Centre recently contributed two live webinars, around one hour each, to the OxPal Medlink ‘Research Fellowship’ series. OxPal is an initiative linking medical students and clinicians in Palestine and Oxford, supporting medical teaching in such an austere environment.

In the first session, Jen De Beyer talked about the steps to get from the idea for a research paper to a submitted draft. In the second session, she discusses scientific language and style and invites participants to practice revising texts, cutting words and improving clarity.

 

Reporting guidelines endorsement on journals

In this short video, Melissa K. Sharp, a MiRoR student and EQUATOR visiting fellow, explains the importance of reporting guidelines. Watch here! Sharp has just published her research on the endorsement rates of STROBE by medical journals. Read the report here!

Latest guest blogger

Exploring the endorsement of STROBE and its extensions by journals

17/01/2019

In a previous post detailing my time with the EQUATOR Network, I spoke about my work on the STrengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology (STROBE) statement. STROBE is one of the original “core” reporting guidelines which provides guidance … Read More