Organisations and Tools

Below are some resources and tools that help to address the problem of waste in research.

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The 6th World Conference on Research Integrity in Hong Kong, which is co-organized by Melbourne, will explore the application of new research findings to develop new and better solutions to address New Challenges for Research Integrity. http://www.wcri2019.org/ 

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The Evidence-Based Research Network

 

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The EQUATOR Network: A resource centre for good reporting of health research studies.

Includes reporting guidelines for trials, observational studies, animal studies, systematic reviews, etc.

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The AllTrials campaign: All trials registered, all results reported.

Thousands of clinical trials have not reported their results; some have not even been registered. This campaign aims to get all trials past and present registered, and full methods and results reported.

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Clinical Trials Registries: there are now many registries for trials but the key ones are NIH and WHO‘s gateways.

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The NIHR Adding value framework: an approach to ensure maximum value from the National Institute of Health Research’s investment.

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James Lind Alliance: brings patients, carers and clinicians together to identify and prioritise the top 10 uncertainties about the effects of treatments.

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