The EQUATOR (Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research) Network (http://www.equator-network.org/) is an extremely valuable source of information for everyone involved in scientific study publications. Launched in 2008 it now boasts a library of the latest guidelines and policy documents, toolkits to help you with your writing and runs courses and events throughout the year.
To ensure its long-term future The EQUATOR Network wants to collate evidence on how it has impacted scientific study publications to demonstrate just what an important resource it is. This is where you can help. If you have used The EQUATOR Network then it would like to gather feedback from you, good or bad, long or short, on any aspect of its website or contents which it will share later in the year. Details on how to send in your comments are available here. Alternatively, if you are attending the ISMPP 2016 meeting in London next week, you can join in the panel discussion of the EQUATOR Network and the use of reporting guidelines. Don’t miss this opportunity to make a difference and share your experiences.