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Substantial evidence demonstrates widespread shortcomings in the reporting of health research publications. Reporting guidelines represent an effective tool to help improve the completeness and transparency of published papers that are much needed for their future use. Examples of key reporting guidelines (CONSORT, STROBE, COREQ, ENTREQ, PRISMA, STARD, and SQUIRE) are introduced here together with other resources supporting the writing of high quality research publications that are provided by the EQUATOR Network (www.equator-network.org).

Type

Journal article

Journal

JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association

Publication Date

02/2013

Volume

63

Pages

283 - 285

Addresses

Centre for Statistics in Medicine, Oxford, UK. iveta.simera@csm.ox.ac.uk

Keywords

Humans, Biomedical Research, Research Design, Guidelines as Topic, Research Report