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Guides to Documenting/Reporting of Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses
Guides to Documenting/Reporting Various Types of Studies
The goal of reporting guidelines is to improve reporting research studies so that results are more transparent, and can be used more fully.
Reporting guidelines and extensions for multiple types of studies including Randomised trials, Observational studies,
Systematic reviews, Study protocols, Diagnostic/prognostic studies, Case reports, Clinical practice guidelines, Qualitative research,
Animal pre-clinical studies, Quality improvement studies, Economic evaluations
Meridian (Reporting guidelines Involving Animals)
The reporting guidelines included describe how to report randomized controlled trials, observational studies and experiments involving animals.
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