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14th Jun 2013

Forthcoming EQUATOR Events

EQUATOR - PAHO webinar (free): 24 June 2013

Title: CONSORT Statement: guidance for reporting randomised trials
Date: 24 June 2013
Time: 3 - 4 pm London, UK; 10 - 11 am Washington, USA
Target audience: Health research scientists, clinicians, editors, peer reviewers, and all professionals involved in conducting, supporting or publishing health related research

Presenter: Professor Doug Altman

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EQUATOR Annual Lecture 2013

The 5th EQUATOR Annual Lecture will be presented by Professor Kay Dickersin, Professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Director of the Center for Clinical Trials, and Director of the US Cochrane Center (USCC).

Date: Monday 9 September 2013, 18:00 - 19:00
Venue: Swissotel, Chicago, USA (Peer Review Congress venue)
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The lecture is free, no need to register.
This EQUATOR event is attached to the Peer Review Congress but is independant and anyone may attend.

Read more on the EQUATOR Network website


EQUATOR workshop at the Peer Review Congress in Chicago

Title: Reporting guidelines: a tool to increase the quality of health research published in your journal
Date: Saturday 7 September 2013, 9.30 - 12.30
Venue: Swissotel, Chicago, USA (Peer Review Congress venue)
Target audience: Editors and peer reviewers of medical research journals
Presenters include: Doug Altman, David Moher, Jason Roberts, and Iveta Simera

The workshop will:

  • Highlight major deficiencies in health research publications
  • Give an overview of available reporting guidelines to aid the completeness and transparency of research papers (CONSORT; PRISMA; STROBE)
  • Discuss practical aspects of implementation of these guidelines in journals
  • Introduce the EQUATOR Network resources and show how authors, editors, and peer reviewers can help to improve health research reporting

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Click here for further information

This EQUATOR event is attached to the Peer Review Congress but is independant and anyone may attend.


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