Writing a research article that is "fit for purpose": EQUATOR Network and reporting guidelines.

@article{Simera2009WritingAR,
  title={Writing a research article that is "fit for purpose": EQUATOR Network and reporting guidelines.},
  author={Iveta Simera and Douglas G. Altman},
  journal={Evidence-based medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={14 5},
  pages={
          132-4
        }
}
Clinical practice and public health policy decisions depend on high-quality information about research findings. However, growing evidence shows widespread deficiencies in the reporting of health research studies. Problematic issues include (but are not limited to) non-reporting or delayed reporting of entire studies;1 omission of crucial information in the description of research methods2 and interventions;3 selective reporting of only some outcomes;4 presenting data and graphs in confusing… CONTINUE READING

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