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={I. Simera and D. Altman},
  journal={Annals of Internal Medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={151},
  pages={JC2-2}
}
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) nonreporting or delayed reporting of entire studies (1); omission of crucial information in the description of research methods (2) and interventions (3); selective reporting of only some outcomes (4); presenting data and graphs in… Expand
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