Guidelines for Reporting Health Research
Journal of American Rootwork
Edited by: Denise Alvarado
ISSN: ISSN request pending
Start Year: 2016
Published Articles: In press
Authors submitting manuscripts on health research are encouraged to follow the appropriate reporting guidelines as stated by the Equator-Network in preparing their manuscripts.
CONSORT Randomised controlled trials | Checklist | Flow Diagram
STROBE Observational studies in epidemiology | Checklist
PRISMA Systematic reviews and meta-analyses | Checklist | Flow Diagram
STARD Studies of diagnostic accuracy | Checklist | Flow Diagram
COREQ Qualitative research
ENTREQ Synthesis of qualitative research
SQUIRE Quality improvement in health care | Checklist
CHEERS Economic evaluations of health interventions | Checklist
CARE Case reports | Checklist
SAMPL Basic statistical reporting
Authors should endeavour to address all items recommended by the guidelines (as a minimum). Adherence to recommended reporting guidelines will increase the probability of manuscripts to be accepted for publication.
The EQUATOR website provides a central repository of up-to-date reporting guidelines and other resources that assist authors to prepare a good research manuscript.