The Declaration to Improve Biomedical & Health Research

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Description: A collaboration between researchers and patients to establish a list of achievable demands that can be implemented to improve health research. Please take a look at our declaration - 'Declaration.pdf' under files. Portuguese (Declaração.pdf) and German (Deklaration.pdf) translations are also available. The list of signatories is available in 'Declaration Signatories.pdf'. To sign the declaration or feedback please fill in this form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1wHWcw77fFtvvvY2tJpNrzflt3HE0tF8xvFOL3U55RV4/ or email Stephen Bradley medsbra@leeds.ac.uk For more information on the signatories and declaration of their interests, see 'Declaration Signatories Interests.xlsx' The declaration is a work in progress. We need your help to improve it - please do get in touch with suggestions, criticisms and feedback. Aside from the idea of proposing a small number of practical measures we are happy to change anything that helps improve the statement. When the declaration is ready, it will be made available as a preprint. The project is being co-ordinated by Stephen Bradley, Georgia Richards, Kelly Lloyd and Peter Gill on behalf of the signatories. To find out how the Declaration was developed please read DeclarationDevelopment.pdf in the Declaration Development Folder Our preprint review paper 'Reducing bias and improving transparency in medical research' provides an overview to some of the problems which have inspired the declaration: https://osf.io/preprints/metaarxiv/jy37f/. Additional background reading is provided in the folder 'reading list'.

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