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<h1>The team</h1> <p>Find out more about the team members <a href="https://osf.io/h239s/wiki/Who%20are%20we%3F/" rel="nofollow">here</a></p> <h1>Current projects</h1> <p>Num | Project | Scope | Status |<br> --|---------|-------|---------<br> 1 | Feasibility evaluation of interventions to change journal policies to mandate or encourage transparency and openness of sports science research | Sports science journals | Protocol development<br> 2 | COS-led initiative to evaluate journal policies and advocate for open science practices | All fields | Contributing 3 | A randomised controlled trial that tests an intervention to change journal policies to mandate or encourage transparency and openness of pain research | Health research | Protocol development 4 | An audit of institutional policies that support open science practices in hiring, promotion, tenure and general conduct | All fields | Protocol development<br> 5 | A cross-sectional evaluation of medical journal's policies for research transparency and openness | Medicine | Study in progress </p> <h1>Completed projects</h1> <p>Num | Project | Scope | Status |<br> --|---------|-------|---------<br> 1 | Topical review on reproducible and replicable pain research | Pain field | <a href="https://journals.lww.com/pain/Fulltext/2018/09000/Reproducible_and_replicable_pain_research__a.5.aspx" rel="nofollow">Lee et al. 2018</a> <em>PAIN</em><br> 2 | Cross-sectional evaluation of pain journals open science policies | Pain field| <a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjebm-2019-111296" rel="nofollow">Cashin et al. 2020</a> <em>BMJ EBM</em> </p>
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