Can we improve the quality of our research reports? Do medical journals reflect accurately the complex world of health research? The answer is not so straightforward. As “too often, good research evidence is undermined by poor quality reporting.”
This is one of a series of lectures looking at different aspects of research integrity and their application in biomedical research.
In this lecture, Doug Altman, Director, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, Oxford, UK (Chair) talked about how the EQUATOR Network seeks to improve reliability and value of medical research literature by promoting transparent and accurate reporting of research studies.
- Lecture by Douglas Altman (audio), EQUATOR Network: promoting transparent and accurate reporting of research studies. http://bit.ly/gRqoEq
- The research integrities series at the Oxford Podcasting Portal: http://bit.ly/ePLXl5
- The research integrities series on iTunes U: http://bit.ly/eeJyg8