Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research

EQUATOR Publication School: 2-day workshop with EQUATOR Australasia


Australasian EQUATOR Centre 2-day PUBLICATION SCHOOL workshop
The secrets of success in writing and publishing research articles
Bond University, 7-8 December 2016

PubSchool Australasia flyerThe EQUATOR Network’s flagship Publication School, developed by the UK EQUATOR Centre at the University of Oxford, is now in Australia! Join the Australasian EQUATOR Centre at Bond University to develop essential writing skills to help you achieve success in planning, writing, publishing, and communication research through traditional journals and other channels.

Do you want to get your health research published, and be praised for it?

Do you want your institution to be recognised for its excellent publication record?

Do you want to make a real difference with your research?

Then, this is the course for you!

A large number of published health research articles are reported badly. They provide insufficient, misleading or ambiguous information, and cannot be used to inform future research or improve healthcare for patients. It doesn’t have to be this way.

Join us this summer for an intensive, practical course in the heart of the beautiful Gold Coast – and learn how to write a publishable research article in two days!


  • Hands-on writing exercises for key sections of a research article
  • Using reporting guidelines such as CONSORT and STROBE to optimize the usability of your research
  • Finding the perfect journal and navigating editorial systems
  • Giving and receiving constructive peer review

Course tutors include: Prof Paul Glasziou, Ass Prof Elaine Beller (Bond University), and Dr David Moher (Canadian EQUATOR Centre)


Bond Staff – $400 for both days

General – $600 for both days

For more information, please contact Melanie Vermeulen at mvermeul@bond.edu.au or visit www.crebp.net.au/publication-school-2-day-workshop/.

Register for this workshop here.

Find out more about Publication School by reading about the 2016 week-long summer course held at Oxford University and by following #EQPubSchool.

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