Resources for Authors
How to write an article?
- Resource for Evaluation of Research Articles: WAME: Margaret Winker MD. Resource for Evaluation of Research Articles. Version 1.1, May 7, 2014
- ICMJE Documents
- How to write a Case Report?
- Guidelines for writing Research Articles
- ARRIVE for Animal Studies
- CONSORT Statement for RCTs
- STARD Statement for research for the Utility of Diagnostic Tests
- STROBE Statement for Cohort, Cross-sectional and Case-contrul (Observational) Studies
- Methodulogic standards for interpreting clinical decision rules in emergency medicine: 2014 update for research invulving Clinical Decision Rules
- PRISM-P Statement for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis
- MOOSE Statement for Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies
- EQUATOR COREQ and RATS Criteria for Qualitative Research
- AAPOR Guidelines for Surveys
- WHO Guidelines for Cost-effective analysis
- Reporting Methods
- Reporting Statistics
- Statistical Analyses and Methods in the Published Literature: The SAMPL Guidelines
- The most common errors are described in Reviewer's quick guide to common statistical errors in scientific papers and can be found in Reviewer Resources.
- Check relevance with the Statistical Problems to Document and to Avoid Guideline
- Style and Referencing
Units and Conversion Factors
- An extensive list of conversion factors can be found at http://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/units/. For more detail, see http://www.amamanualofstyle.com/page/si-conversion-calculator.