Good Publication Practice for Communicating Company-Sponsored Medical Research: GPP3
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Preprints are a way in which a manuscript containing scientific results can be rapidly communicated from one scientist, or a a group of scientists, to the entire scientific community. This video by ASAPbio (Accelerating Science and Publication in biology) explains what preprints are and their benefits, how they differ from journal publications, and how scientists can use both mechanisms to communicate their work.
“A history of the evolution of guidelines for reporting medical research” by Altman DG and Simera I (2015)
Altman DG, Simera I (2015). A history of the evolution of guidelines for reporting medical research: the long road to the EQUATOR Network.
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“Concern about the quality of medical research has been expressed intermittently over a century, and quality about reports of research for almost as long. At last, in the 1990s, serious international efforts began to promote better reporting of medical research. The emergence of the EQUATOR Network has been both a result and a cause of the progress that is being made.
This James Lind Library article has been republished in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2016;109:67-77 “