Editorial policies of MEDLINE indexed Indian journals on clinical trial registration

@article{Bhaumik2013EditorialPO,
  title={Editorial policies of MEDLINE indexed Indian journals on clinical trial registration},
  author={Soumyadeep Bhaumik and Tamoghna Biswas},
  journal={Indian Pediatrics},
  year={2013},
  volume={50},
  pages={339-340}
}
Abstract30 MEDLINE indexed Indian journals publishing clinical trials were identified and their editorial policies on trial registration were assessed. Trial registration number was required in 9 journals (30%). 16 journals (53.33%) encouraged adherence to the CONSORT Statement, while 22 (73.33%) mentioned ICMJE Guidelines. 

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