Find out how authors’ self-disclosures compare with payment data reported by the medical industry.
A recent analysis of randomised controlled vaccine trials suggests there are still improvements to be made.
Learn all about the new WHO data sharing policy and their practical guidance on data sharing plans.
Read about the potential impacts of large language models, and what needs to happen to ensure they benefit, rather than hinder, scientific fields.
An analysis of 47 BMJ journals found that under one-third of peer reviewers were women.
An analysis of early COVID-19 preprints identified low uptake of data sharing statements and making data accessible.
Adherence to the Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials for Abstracts continues to be inadequate, nearly 15 years after their release.
Learn about the current failings in race and ethnicity reporting in regulatory documents and medical literature and how they can be overcome.
A recent study revealed that many researchers fail to comply with their data sharing statement.
Read about the new 28-item checklist developed to aid decision-making in health economic evaluations.
Read about recent roundtable recommendations for improving the transparency of real world evidence dissemination.
Read about EQUATOR Network’s updated GoodReports website, new downloadable and editable article templates and a call for researchers to help test whether the templates improve research reporting.
Considering sex and gender in medical research: insights from the lead author of the SAGER guidelines
Read Shirin Heidari’s thoughts on the importance of incorporating sex and gender dimensions in clinical research design and reporting.
An open letter on open access: call for greater clarity and transparency of open access terms and conditions
Learn about the next step in the Plan S drive for open science – a letter to publishers calling for greater transparency on open access policies and contracts.
Dr Tony Ross-Hellauer (ON-MERRITT) discusses how the move toward open research may exacerbate inequity and suggests strategies to prevent it.
Read about the upcoming NIH requirement to include a data management and sharing plan in all grant applications for projects collecting scientific data.