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This quality improvement study examines the continued citations of a widely publicized retracted article on COVID-19.
This systematic review assesses the consistency of information across registries for clinical trials with multiple registrations.
This study assesses the frequency and quality of race reporting among publications from high-ranking broad-focused surgical research journals.
This cross-sectional study compares the proportion of published registered trials that evaluate the use of pediatric probiotics vs those that evaluate the use of routinely used pediatric antibiotics.
This study examines the numbers of scientists who are underrepresented in medicine serving on editorial boards and in leadership positions in peer-reviewed psychiatry/neuroscience journals.
This cross-sectional study evaluates female representation as editorial authors in 3 high-impact general ophthalmology journals.
This cross-sectional study investigates the gender distribution of the editors in chief at leading medical journals.
This survey study assesses the diversity of editors at leading medical and scientific journals.
This Viewpoint discusses the ways in which structural racism denies racial and ethnic minority groups opportunities for advancement in academic medicine and scientific publication, details several actions critical for promoting equity at medical journals, and calls for leadership of medical journals to promote a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion through antibias and antiracist organizational principles and practices.
This cross-sectional study examines the financial associations between authors of commentaries on randomized clinical trials of invasive cardiovascular interventions and trial sponsors, and whether the financial associations were disclosed.
This Viewpoint describes how the updated functionality of PubMed could be useful to clinicians searching for answers to important clinical questions in real time.
This cross-sectional study describes trends and characteristics of retracted articles in the biomedical literature from 1971 to August 2020.
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