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Health Research Reporting Guidelines: How and Why to Utilize them in Your Research

Do you use reporting guidelines while writing manuscripts? These simple, structured tools are designed to help health researchers report a clear and complete account of their research. Since the publication of CONSTORT, the first health research reporting guideline, the research community has developed guidelines for many different study types. Following reporting guidelines improves the quality of your manuscript, facilitates the peer review process, and increases your chance of getting published.


After attending this class, you will be able to:

  • Explain the components of a reporting guideline and guideline extension
  • Understand the value of using reporting guidelines
  • Identify and find relevant guidelines for your research projects
  • Describe how to use reporting guidelines throughout your research from project development to manuscript submission
Tuesday, October 12, 2021
11:00am - 12:00pm
Amanda Woodward
Writing & Publishing

Registration is required. There are 49 seats available.