We are happy to announce that the BMJ paper: Towards Evidence Based Research is now available in Italian thanks to the GIMBE Foundation. The Italian version is published in Evidence – … Continue Reading →
The EBRNetwork would like to acknowledge one of the giants on whom shoulders we stand. Eugene Garfield was a giant in publishing metrics, including writing about the failure to cite … Continue Reading →
It’s estimated that 85% of medical research is wasted. The waste comes from asking the wrong question, bad design or poor reporting – and in a study carried out with … Continue Reading →
On November 8th the EBRNetwork and Western Norway University of Applied Sciences arranged the seminar ”Redundant and dangerous health research – how can you support better research practice?” At the … Continue Reading →
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We define the researcher as being “evidence-based” if he/she systematically reviews what is already known before embarking on a new study. Not being evidence-based as researcher is unethical, unscientific and … Continue Reading →
Interesting new blog by Shona Kirtley about the role of librarians and information specialists in helping to reduce research waste.
The European Union, more specifically the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, are looking for young early state researchers (PhD students) within the area: “Research on Research”. This is an emerging new scientific discipline that aims … Continue Reading →
Principles of collaboration on development of automation in systematic reviews released. The Vienna Principles Systematic reviews involve multiple tasks, each with different issues, but all must be improved. Automation may … Continue Reading →
The opportunity to comment on the Bergen Statement has passed. Thanks to everyone who participated.