CORE (Clarity and Openness in Reporting: E3-based) Reference (http://www.core-reference.org) is now available as an open-access resource to support authoring of clinical study reports for interventional studies. The CORE Reference launch marks 2 years of EMWA (European Medical Writers Association)-AMWA (American Medical Writers Association) joint endeavour.
For further information, including links to the CORE Reference website [http://www.core-reference.org] (where CORE Reference and the mapping tool are available for download) and the 03 May 2016 ‘launch paper’ [Launch Publication] published today in the BioMed Central journal, Research Integrity and Peer Review, see: media announcement.
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