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EQUATOR Network Newsletter April 2014


The April 2014 issue of our newsletter is now available. Contents include:

  • Paris meeting
  • EQUATOR 6th Annual Lecture 2014
  • Split meeting
  • Collaborative initiative involving 28 rehabilitation and disability journals
  • Implementation of reporting guidelines in journals: WoltersKluwer experience
  • Librarian blog
  • Spanish website plans
  • New reporting guidelines
  • New reporting guidelines in development
  • Webinar: the STROBE Statement for reporting observational studies
  • PAHO EQUATOR implementation plan
  • EQUATOR LinkedIn group


Access the newsletter at: Newsletter April 2014


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