STudy Reporting In Predatory journals (STRIP)

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Description: An assessment of the epidemiological characteristics and the reporting quality of biomedical predatory journals.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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The STRIP (STudy Reporting In Predatory journals) project was led by researchers at The Centre for Journalology at the Ottawa Hospital. It represents one of the first empirical assessments of the characteristics and reporting quality of articles published in journals presumed to be predatory. For more information about the project, please contact the study PI, Dr. David Moher (dmoher@ohri.ca). Fol...

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