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These focused mostly on the format of health research articles or provided guidance on the choice of appropriate methods for research conduct and analysis [1, 2], but very little attention was given to advice on how to report research. More recently, some journals have started to take the issue of adequate reporting more seriously and have begun to include more speciﬁc guidance in their instructions to authors. , 3, 4]. Although this is a positive development, surveys of journals’ instructions to authors [5, 6] suggest that there is still considerable room for improvement.
Et al. (2013) SPIRIT 2013 explanation and elaboration: guidance for protocols of clinical trials. BMJ, 346, e7586. CHAPTER 3 Characteristics of Available Reporting Guidelines David Moher1 , Kenneth F. Schulz2 , Douglas G. Altman3 , John Hoey4 , Jeremy Grimshaw5 , Donald Miller6 , Dugald Seely7 , Iveta Simera3 , Margaret Sampson8 , Laura Weeks7 , and Mary Ocampo9 1 Clinical Epidemiology Program, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Ottawa, ON, Canada 360, Durham, and UNC School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, USA 3 Centre for Statistics in Medicine, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK 4 Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada 5 Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada 6 Department of Anesthesia, The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada 7 Ottawa Integrative Cancer Centre, Ottawa, ON, Canada 8 Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Ottawa, ON, Canada 9 Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Ottawa, ON, Canada 2 FHI Evidence points toward considerable waste in medical research, as well as how research results are reported .
While endorsement by journals and adherence are not strictly part of the development process, they are crucial markers of a guideline’s implementation. Most reporting guideline developers recognize that their guideline will need to be updated requiring regular monitoring of the literature related to the guideline. 1). 20 Guidelines for Reporting Health Research: A User’s Manual Closing comments Reporting guidelines are currently being used mainly at the end of the research process. However, investigators might beneﬁt from the knowledge of reporting requirements at the beginning of their research (see Chapter 4).