[Reporting guidelines are also useful for readers of medical research publications: CONSORT, STARD, STROBE and others].

@article{Meerpohl2009ReportingGA,
  title={[Reporting guidelines are also useful for readers of medical research publications: CONSORT, STARD, STROBE and others].},
  author={Joerg J Meerpohl and Anette Bl{\"u}mle and Gerd Antes and Erik Von Elm},
  journal={Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift},
  year={2009},
  volume={134 41},
  pages={2078-83}
}
Over the last few years reporting guidelines for research papers have had increasing attention and use. They comprise recommendations and checklists, developed by expert groups consisting of researchers, methodologists and journal editors. They aim at ensuring the transparent description of research results. Following the CONSORT statement for the reporting of randomized controlled trials (RCTs), other reporting guidelines such as STARD for diagnostic accuracy studies, STROBE for observational… CONTINUE READING

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