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“A history of the evolution of guidelines for reporting medical research” by Altman DG and Simera I (2015)

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Altman DG, Simera I (2015). A history of the evolution of guidelines for reporting medical research: the long road to the EQUATOR Network. read more here “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 ¬†“

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Recognition, reward and responsibility: why the authorship of scientific papers matters. Wager Elizabeth.¬†Maturitas. 2009 Feb 20;62(2):109-12. Epub 2009 Jan 14 URL : http://www.maturitas.org/article/S0378-5122%2808%2900367-8/abstract ¬† Abstract Author lists should inform readers about who did a piece of research. If authorship attribution is incorrect, the wrong people may take the credit or the blame. Correct authorship of medical papers is also important because the research and publication process relies on trust. If scientists or clinicians are prepared to lie about who was involved with a research project why should we believe their findings? Groups of journal editors, notably the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, have tried to establish criteria for authorship but these are not universally…

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