EQUATOR Research and Website Officer
Patrícia has been helping researchers and NGOs to publish their reports for the last 20 years. She has been always passionate for editing, especially in the social and biomedical areas, and a fan of the EQUATOR Network, an international initiative that seeks to improve the reliability and value of published health research literature by promoting transparent and accurate reporting and wider use of robust reporting guidelines.
She joined the NDORMS team in August 2018, to help in the management and editing of the EQUATOR website contents, in order to make it more useful and easy to use by researchers/authors, librarians and methodologists. She believes that by improving the website usability, EQUATOR can better meet its mission to contribute with integrity in research reporting.
Her background is a graduation in Journalism, followed by a specialization in Scientific Journalism, a master’s degree in Health Sciences, with a study on vaccination, and a recently obtained doctorate, in Evidence-Based Medicine, with a study on health information for lay people. Patrícia is also joining research projects that involve the EQUATOR website as an educational tool.
The Brazilian Portuguese version of the DISCERN instrument: translation procedures and psychometric properties
LOGULLO P. et al, (2019), Value in health regional issues
Videos to improve Portuguese translations of Cochrane abstracts and Plain language summaries: preliminary results of the Brazilian Quality Project
LOGULLO P. et al, (2019), Https://colloquium2019.cochrane.org/abstracts/videos-improve-portuguese-translations-cochrane-abstracts-and-plain-language-summaries
Improving the transparency and integrity of scientific reports on health. New instructions for authors!
Atallah ÁN. and Logullo P., (2019), Sao paulo med j, 137, 1 - 2
Quality evaluation of a Cochrane Plain language summary using the DISCERN tool: cross-sectional study
LOGULLO P. et al, (2018), Abstracts of the 25th cochrane colloquium, edinburgh, uk. cochrane database of systematic reviews 2018;(9 suppl 1):[page number(s)]
Factors affecting compliance with the measles vaccination schedule in a Brazilian city.
Logullo P. et al, (2008), Sao paulo med j, 126, 166 - 171