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Reporting guidelines in veterinary journals

05/03/2014

Douglas Grindlay and colleagues conducted a study aiming to assess the knowledge and views of veterinary Editors-in-Chief on reporting guidelines, identify the policies of their journals, and determine their information needs.

Full text of the paper is available at BMC Veterinary Research 2014, 10:10

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