Peer review in the health and life sciences
Research TO DO list: How can we improve the quality of peer
review and research
For Peer review week 2019 Sense about Science haveasked fora series ofblogposts, to begin a Research ‘TO DO’list. What can researchers, universities, funders and governments do to improve the quality of peer review and research? This is just the start, we need your ideas too.
Imagine a world where society has the high-quality evidence it needs to make informed
decisions about crime, health and education. Whataction can researchers, universities, funders and governments take to get us there?
How can we improve the quality of peer reviewed publications?
By Professor Gary Collins @GSCollins and Patricia Logullo @patlogullo on behalf of the EQUATOR Network @EQUATORNetwork
It has been estimated that more than 80% of
articles in biomedical journals lack important information. They are published
without the details that would be necessary for their findings to…
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