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JAMA 14 Oct 13
Viewpoint: The Peer Review Congresses: Improving and Biomedical Publication
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David Juurlink 10 Sep 13
Powerful words here. RT : Richard Smith: Is the pharmaceutical industry like the mafia?
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Ivan Oransky 10 Sep 13
This photo of scrotal calcinosis got banned from Facebook last week, reports
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Chris Graf 10 Sep 13
'Like' hash tag heaven
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Jochen Cals 8 Sep 13
How to review a manuscript - tips & tricks for (junior) researchers
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Paul Simpson 10 Sep 13
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Dorothy Bishop 8 Sep 13
Ioannidis is uber-nerd.trawled over 17mill papers in PubMed & found 235 kinds of bias via@hildabast
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NEJM 10 Sep 13
James Colbert () to discuss the growing role of social media at today at 4 PM CT at .
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Bryan Vartabedian 9 Sep 13
Replying to @Richard56
Ouch “: Richard Smith: Time for science to be about truth rather than careers
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Hilda Bastian 10 Sep 13
Opening a can of data-sharing worms: . New post at Absolutely Maybe
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JAMA Health Forum 10 Sep 13
Database Reveals “Sausage Making” in Clinical Research
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Jason 𝑻𝒉𝒆 𝑮𝒆𝒓𝒎 𝑮𝒖𝒚 Tetro 10 Sep 13
Interesting look on how to read a scientific paper. Thoughts?
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Jelte Wicherts 9 Sep 13
Journalists who write "in Nature=true" beware: Nature editor indicates that N accepts risky papers because they "might" open new doors
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Medicalskeptic 9 Sep 13
RT : Internal company documents showing how to deal with negative trial
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Irene Hames 9 Nov 13
See new analysis of 500 ethics cases for which res+pub categories increasing ppt
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PLOS Medicine 10 Sep 13
John Ioannidis' "Why Most Published Research Findings Are False" still such an important paper
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fiona godlee 9 Sep 13
The wonderful Kay Dickersin is giving the equator lecture () on reporting bias
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Lee-Anne Ufholz 9 Sep 13
helsebiblioteket.no provides access to ALL citizens in Norway via IP recognition to peer reviewed databases and publications
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Jochen Cals 8 Sep 13
Introducing a new series on effective writing and publishing scientific papers
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Larissa Shamseer 18 Sep 15
prgrm 4 upcoming Edinburgh conf is out , nothing's looked as exciting since . Can't w8!
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