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EQUATOR workshop at the Peer Review Congress in Chicago

24/05/2013

Title: Reporting guidelines: a tool to increase the quality of health research published in your journal
Date: Saturday 7 September 2013, 9.30 – 12.30
Venue: Swissotel, Chicago, USA (Peer Review Congress venue)
Target audience: Editors and peer reviewers of medical research journals
Presenters include: Doug Altman, David Moher, Jason Roberts, and Iveta Simera
The workshop will:

  • Highlight major deficiencies in health research publications
  • Give an overview of available reporting guidelines to aid the completeness and transparency of research  papers (CONSORT; PRISMA; STROBE)
  • Discuss practical aspects of implementation of these guidelines in journals
  • Introduce the EQUATOR Network resources and show how authors, editors, and peer reviewers can help to improve health research reporting

Register at: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/6542547937

Contact: Iveta Simera, iveta.simera@csm.ox.ac.uk

This EQUATOR event is attached to the Peer Review Congress but is independant and anyone may attend.

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