What are Reporting Guidelines?

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Reporting guidelines are checklists or other types of tools for reporting health research.

“A reporting guideline provides a minimum list of information needed to ensure a manuscript can be …

Understood by a reader, Replicated by a researcher, Used by a doctor to make a clinical decision, and Included in a systematic review” (Equator Network, . . . → Read More: What are Reporting Guidelines?

HSL Librarians Elevate at Annual Medical Library Conference

Health Sciences Library librarians Deborah Crooke, Associate Director, Danielle Aloia, Collection Management Librarian, and Jovy O’Grady, Scholarly Communications Librarian, along with Marie Ascher, Director, attended the 119th Annual Meeting of the Medical Library Association (MLA), “Elevate” in Chicago, May 4-8, 2019. MLA is the premier conference for health information professionals, bringing together medical librarians from . . . → Read More: HSL Librarians Elevate at Annual Medical Library Conference

Watch the Movie: Paywall: the Business of Scholarship

The Library has acquired rights to stream the documentary, Paywall: The Business of Scholarship. The film is about the costs, pains, and business of scholarly publishing. This is an important movie for those who want to understand how valuable information is hidden behind high-cost and seemingly free information. A critical article in Nature (Sep 2018) . . . → Read More: Watch the Movie: Paywall: the Business of Scholarship

Author Workshop: How to Get Published

Recorded Webinar now Available! The Health Sciences Library and Elsevier present How to Get Published. Tuesday, January 23, 2018. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. New York Medical College, BSB, Pathology Conference Room 414.

Liz Perill, Executive Publisher in the Health and Medical Sciences division of Elsevier, will outline the important steps in preparing your manuscript . . . → Read More: Author Workshop: How to Get Published

Data Curation Profiles Project

“Which researchers are willing to share data, when, with whom, and under what conditions?”

This was the central question at the start of the Data Curation Profiles project, an endeavor between Purdue University Libraries and the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The project has resulted in . . . → Read More: Data Curation Profiles Project