Keeping track of everything in a project that you should plan for, and write about, is complicated. But what if it didn't have to be? There are tools, i.e. health research reporting guidelines, that are easily and freely accessible that will help you work more efficiently, guide your project development (i.e. your protocol, grant submission, and IRB submission), and improve the transparency of your writing. These tools — health research reporting guidelines — have been around since the mid-1990's but are incredibly underutilized.
Upon completing this class, you should be able to:
- Identify the HSLS LibGuide that links to reporting guidelines
- Explain the differences between the generic or primary reporting guidelines and guideline extensions
- Describe how reporting guidelines can be used throughout the life cycle of a project, from development to dissemination
A link to class materials will be provided during the class; an email will be sent to participants after the class with the link as well.