EQUATOR News12/01/2018 EQUATOR 2017 highlights
2017 was another busy year for the UK EQUATOR Centre team! We were honoured to send Iveta Simera to the Council of Science Editors (CSE) Annual Meeting, to accept the CSE’s 2017 Award for Meritorious Achievement on behalf of the […]22/09/2017 September 2017 issue of the EQUATOR Oncology Current Awareness Bulletin
Welcome to the September 2017 issue of our EQUATOR Oncology Current Awareness Bulletin.25/05/2017 EQUATOR Network honoured by the Council of Science Editors
We are proud and delighted to announce that on 23 May 2017, Iveta Simera accepted the Council for Science Editors’ (CSE) 2017 Award for Meritorious Achievement on behalf of the EQUATOR Network. CSE’s highest award is given to a person […]19/12/2016 Canadian EQUATOR Centre News
During the summer, the Canadian Centre continued its leadership role in helping develop a minimum set of core competencies for scientific editors by holding a face-to-face consensus meeting16/12/2016 21 new reporting guidelines added to the EQUATOR reporting guideline database
Over the past few months we have added 21 newly identified reporting guidelines to the EQUATOR database of reporting guidelines14/12/2016 The EQUATOR publication school has arrived in Australia!
Forty-eight participants recently attended the two-day workshop presented by the Australasian EQUATOR Centre at Bond University, Gold Coast. The workshop format comprised29/11/2016 November 2016 issue of the EQUATOR Oncology Project Quarterly Current Awareness Bulletin
Welcome to the November 2016 issue of our EQUATOR Oncology Project Current Awareness Bulletin.
We hope that this bulletin will help to keep you up-to-date with the latest issues in the reporting and methods in oncology research by highlighting
Nominations for the 2017 Cochrane-REWARD prize are now open. Two prizes will be awarded to local or pilot initiatives with the greatest potential to reduce waste in research if scaled up globally. The 2009 Lancet paper on adding value and […]11/10/2016 Recommendations to improve adverse event reporting in clinical trial publications
Medical Publishing Insights and Practices (MPIP), the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals and representatives from the pharmaceutical industry have recently published guidelines to10/10/2016 SPIRIT-PRO Extension Stakeholder Survey Invitation
The SPIRIT-PRO development group are looking for stakeholders to complete a survey to establish which items relating to patient-reported outcomes (PROs) you feel should be included