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Was your research on humans?

     
 
Was your research on animals in the lab?

     
 
Did your research generate quantitative data?

     
 
Did you combine and analyse (review) the results of previous studies?

     
 
Did you review observational (cohort, case-control, or cross-sectional) studies?

     
 
Was your study a randomized trial comparing two or more health interventions?

     
 
Did your study explore the relationship between exposure to risk or protective factors and outcomes?

     
 
Did you compare the accuracy of a new or alternative diagnostic test against an established one (reference standard)?

     
 
Did the study evaluate the prognostic value of one or more biomarkers?

     
 
Did the research develop, validate or update a general prediction model for diagnosis or prognosis?

     
 
Did you combine and analyse (review) the results of previous studies?

     
 
Did you study a clinical case, or series of cases?

     
 
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You should use the ARRIVE guidelines for comparative research involving laboratory animals. Make sure to add anything you've forgotten to your manuscript (or explain why it can't be added) or other people might not publish, cite or use your work. If you conducted veterinary research or research on livestock then these guidelines may not be applicable.

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You should use the MOOSE guidelines for meta-analyses of observational studies. Make sure you add anything you've forgotten to your manuscript (or explain why it can't be added) or other people might not publish, cite or use your work.

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You should use the PRISMA guidelines for systematic reviews. Make sure you add anything you've forgotten to your manuscript (or explain why it can't be added) or other people might not publish, cite or use your work.

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You should use the STROBE guidelines for observational studies. Make sure you add anything you've forgotten to your manuscript (or explain why it can't be added) or other people might not publish, cite or use your work.

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You should use the CONSORT guidelines for randomised trials. Make sure you add anything you've forgotten to your manuscript (or explain why it can't be added) or other people might not publish, cite or use your work.

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You should use the SRQR guidelines for qualitative research. Make sure you add anything you've forgotten to your manuscript (or explain why it can't be added) or other people might not publish, cite or use your work.
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You should use the CARE guidelines for clinical case reports and case series. Make sure you add anything you've forgotten to your manuscript (or explain why it can't be added) or other people might not publish, cite or use your work.

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You should use the ENTREQ guidelines for the synthesis of qualitative research. Make sure you add anything you've forgotten to your manuscript (or explain why it can't be added) or other people might not publish, cite or use your work.
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You should use the TRIPOD guidelines for prediction modelling studies for prognosis or diagnosis. Make sure you add anything you've forgotten to your manuscript (or explain why it can't be added) or other people might not publish, cite or use your work.

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You should use the REMARK guidelines for prognostic modelling studies using biomarkers. Make sure you add anything you've forgotten to your manuscript (or explain why it can't be added) or other people might not publish, cite or use your work.
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You should use the STARD guidelines for diagnostic accuracy studies. Make sure you add anything you've forgotten to your manuscript (or explain why it can't be added) or other people might not publish, cite or use your work.

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You should use the PRISMA-Harms guidelines for reporting harms in systematic reviews. Make sure you add anything you've forgotten to your manuscript (or explain why it can't be added) or other people might not publish, cite or use your work.

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You should use the PRISMA extension guidelines for reporting of systematic reviews incorporating network meta-analyses of health care interventions.

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You should use the PRISMA-IPD extension guidelines for reporting of systematic reviews involving individual participant data.

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You should use the PRISMA-P guidelines for reporting protocols of systematic reviews and meta-analyses.

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You should use the PRISMA-Equity guidelines for reporting protocols of systematic reviews with a focus on health equity.

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