Reporting guidelines help and guide authors in the preparation and accurate reporting of research studies, e.g., CONSORT for randomized trials, STROBE for observational studies, PRISMA for systematic reviews, STARD for diagnostic accuracy studies, and CARE for case reports. Editors of biomedical journals will often ask authors to provide evidence that they used and adhered to the appropriate reporting guidelines, and may ask for guideline specific checklists during submission, and include guideline flow diagrams in the published manuscript (e.g., CONSORT, PRISMA, STARD). Journal editors, reviewers, and readers use these guidelines as a tool in assessing the quality and reliability of reported research. Many guidelines have been developed for different study types, and it is important that authors identify and implement the correct guidelines for their research.
https://researchmedics.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/76800409.jpg 297 355 researchmedics http://researchmedics.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/logo1.png researchmedics2016-04-04 07:27:472017-03-21 07:37:58[:en]New tool helps authors find the right reporting guideline for their manuscript[:zh]New tool helps authors find the right reporting guideline for their manuscript[:es] Un nuevo instrumento que permite a los autores encontrar la directriz adecuada para su documento[:]