Tamara Bates

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CONTEXT A number of general medical journals and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) request authors to disclose their contributions. Little is known about the effect of journal policies on authors' disclosure of their contributions. OBJECTIVE To determine the number of named authors who do not meet ICMJE criteria for(More)
OBJECTIVE Many biomedical journals have introduced disclosure of research contribution in journal articles as a way to limit irresponsible authorship. Over the years, journals have developed different contribution disclosure policies and procedures, but it is not known how these policies and procedures affect authorship. The aim of our study was to analyse(More)
AIM To compare the teaching programs of European medical schools with the minimum requirement medical curriculum recommended by the European University Association. Methods. Information on the curricula was gathered from the websites of 32 medical schools from 18 European countries. The data collected were the number of courses and proportion of each course(More)
Throughout North America there is a growing consensus that investing in high-quality, universal, pre-kindergarten programs would be wise. Consequently, pre-kindergarten programs have grown exponentially. A key factor underlying public support is the popular dissemination of three landmark studies: the High/Scope Perry Preschool Project, the Carolina(More)
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