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This study analyzes whether 324 systematic reviews that contain at least 1 meta-analysis with 10 or more primary studies published in top otolaryngology journals that do not evaluate for publication bias show evidence of such bias.
This study uses Altmetric scores to identify and describe the articles in 4 major cardiovascular journals that garnered the most digital attention in 2017.
This study evaluates primary end points in randomized clinical trials (RCTs) published in 3 major general medical journals to determine how changing the P value threshold for statistical significance from .05 to .005 could affect the interpretation of previously published RCTs.
This Viewpoint proposes that failure of authors to completely disclose conflicts of interest (COIs) should be considered a form of research misconduct subject to institutional review and sanctions if appropriate to establish a basic standard of consistent COI reporting.
This study examines recent original research articles in leading oncology journals to evaluate the use of statements about the trend of a P value toward significance to describe statistically nonsignificant results.
This Viewpoint describes challenges associated with open access publishing and describes ways for publishers, journals, and authors to manage these challenges.
This Viewpoint examines the utility of social media and specific tools for disseminating information and collaborating in the field of otolaryngology.
This cross-sectional analysis characterizes the age of clinical trial data at the time of publication in journals with a high impact factor and examines the time from final data collection to publication.
This cross-sectional study investigates the potential sex differences at each faculty rank in top-ranked US academic neurology programs by comparing the number of male vs female neurologists and their level of academic productivity quantitated by publication rates and scholarly activities.
This study assesses the proportion of women physician authors of perspective-type articles in 4 high-impact pediatric journals in comparison with the proportion of men physician authors of these articles.
This review of pharmaceutical company press releases assesses how long it takes for complete data from potentially practice-changing industry-sponsored clinical trials in oncology to be published following the availability of important results.
This study examines the extent to which trials registered in ClinicalTrials.gov by individual sponsors for the same drug and condition were available publicly in ClinicalTrials.gov and/or PubMed.
This Editorial introduces JAMA Network Open, a fully open access, online, general medical journal publishing original research and commentary on clinical care, innovation in health care, health policy, and global health.
This study describes the proportion of clinical trials presented as abstracts at an annual pediatric scientific meeting that were ultimately published in the medical literature, and trial characteristics associated with publication vs nonpublication.
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