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SEMINAR: Getting your trial published: CONSORT 2010 and other reporting guidelines

03/10/2011

Getting your trial published: CONSORT 2010 and other reporting guidelines

The EQUATOR Network Seminar
3 October 2011, 14:00-17:30, Bristol, UK

 

Seminar for researchers involved in planning, conducting and publishing randomised trials.

Presenters:

  • Professor Doug Altman: Director, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, University of Oxford, UK
  • Dr Sally Hopewell: Senior Research Fellow, CONSORT Group, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, Oxford, UK
  • Mrs Allison Hirst: Research Fellow, EQUATOR Network, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, Oxford, UK
  • Dr Iveta Simera: Head of Programme Development, EQUATOR Network, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, Oxford, UK
  • Dr Emma Veitch: Senior Editor, PLoS Medicine; Consulting Editor, PLoS One, Cambridge, UK
  • Iain Hrynaszkiewicz: Journal Publisher, BioMed Central, London, UK
  • Dr Isabelle Boutron: French Cochrane Centre, University Paris Descartes & Centre of Clinical Epidemiology, Assistance Publique des Hôpitaux de Paris, France

 

Programme and slides

Programme and learning objectives (Iveta Simera)

Why we need high-quality reporting of clinical trials (Douglas Altman)

CONSORT Statement 2010: Recommendations for reporting randomised trials (Douglas Altman)

CONSORT extensions: CONSORT for abstracts (Sally Hopewell)

CONSORT extensions: CONSORT for non-pharmacological interventions (Isabelle Boutron)

Other CONSORT extensions: the latest update (Allison Hirst)

Other guidelines relevant to trial reporting: exploring the EQUATOR website (Iveta Simera)

Data sharing: issues and available guidance (Iain Hrynaszkiewicz)

Spin in research publications (Isabelle Boutron)

Editor’s perspective on trial reporting and preparation of manuscripts reporting findings of randomised trials (Emma Veitch)

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