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Good Publication Practice for communicating company-sponsored medical research: GPP3

11/08/2015

The updated Good Publication Practice guideline (GPP3, replacing GPP2) has been published by the Annals of Internal Medicine.
The guideline focuses on the publication of company-sponsored medical research; however, the principles of GPP3 apply to all research and will be useful for all medical and health care professionals involved in research publication.

Full details for GPP3 and links to previous versions of the guideline are available here.

 

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