Dr Iveta Seimer, Deputy Director of the UK EQUATOR Centre, discusses research waste, reproducibility, and how to use reporting guidelines to make an impact. This talk outlines key problems identified in the current health research literature, highlight the consequences of ... Read more
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This course draws on the 2015 Nuffield Council of Bioethics report; Children and clinical research: ethical issues and addresses the issue of how to ethically undertake research involving children and young people. Read more
We are working with excellent partners across the world, including the British Medical Journal, EQUATOR, and AuthorAid to bring you numerous events, resources, and learning opportunities. Just for a taste of things to come, other events linked to Writing and ... Read more
AuthorAID offer a free mentoring programme for researchers in LMICs, aiming to help early-career researchers contact experienced researchers and editors in order to get help with research writing skills. Do you need a mentor? Or could you become a mentor ... Read more
The Research to Publication programme is part of BMJ's commitment to building medical research capabilities around the world. The programme is designed to be modular and new courses will be added over the coming months. The first module, How to ... Read more
The BMJ in collaboration with the University of California San Francisco is pleased to announce it's second free module 'An Introduction to Randomized Blinded Trials' Read more
Global Health Trials has released an improved, updated, quality reviewed set of over 120 templates and SOPs for clinical research - everything from informed consent templates to contracts, checklists, logs and lab SOPs. These have all been donated from research ... Read more
In November 2015 we are sharing numerous resources and tools relating to research writing and publication skills. New articles and activities will be available throughout the month, so keep checking back for new information! Click here for resources, guidance, Q&A, eLearning, apps, ideas, and helpful links!Go to page
As part of Global Health Trials' Writing and Publication Skills month, we are absolutely delighted to welcome Dr Trish Groves, Editor in Chief of BMJ Open, to answer all your ...
A research group will shortly release a Writing Aid Tool which facilitates use of the CONSORT Statement for reporting RCTs, and have published an evaluation of the tool showing that ...
Wiley are offering a free webinar entitled "Strategies to successful publication in international journals" on 19th November, by Dr Jose Oliviera. The seminar is free but registration is essential. The ...
Dr Iveta Seimer, Deputy Director of the UK EQUATOR Centre, discusses research waste, reproducibility, and how to use reporting guidelines to make an impact. Poor reporting seriously affects the integrity ...
The CONSORT (CONsolidated Standards of Reporting Trials) 2010 guideline is intended to improve the reporting of parallel-group randomized controlled trial (RCT), enabling readers to understand a trial's design, conduct ...
Published in January 2013 in both the BMJ and Annals of Internal Medicine, the SPIRIT (Standard Protocol Items: Recommendations for Interventional Trials) 2013 Statement provides guidance regarding the minimum content ...
Click here for Spanish version Grant applications differ substantially depending on the individual funding organisation, and each funding organisation has its own organisational aims, which are important to understand when ...
Global Health Trials Careers Month Job interviews can be intimidating, but simply preparing well can make the difference between succeeding or failing, regardless of how nervous you are. In this ...
Welcome to Global Health Trials' tools and templates library. Please note that this page has been updated for 2015 following a quality check and review of the templates, and many ...
NEW! Children and Clinical Research is a new free, online training course tackling the issue of: how can we ethically undertake the research involving children and young people that is needed to ensure their healthcare services are safe and effective, given that research often involves burdens and risks? Moreover, what role should children, young people and parents themselves play in influencing how research studies are carried out, and how can their voices help influence the wider research agenda?
This peer reviewed course outlines ethical aspects of sharing individual level research data and proposed best practices. It aims to be of value to those designing and reviewing individual research protocols where data sharing is anticipated, and to those developing institutional policies and processes for governing data sharing.