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Guidance For Developers Of Health Research Reporting Guidelines

D. Moher, K. Schulz, I. Simera, D. Altman
Published 2010 · Medicine

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David Moher and colleagues from the EQUATOR network offer guidance and recommended steps for developing health research reporting guidelines.
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