Medical journals have an important responsibility in setting policies that ensure the trustworthiness of the research they publish. We are studying their data sharing policies.
DATA SHARING RECOMMENDATIONS IN JOURNALS AND RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS
INTENTION TO SHARE AND RE-USE OF DATA FROM RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS DURING THE 10 FIRST YEARS OF ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE DATA SHARING POLICY: SURVEY OF PUBLISHED STUDIES
DATA SHARING AND REANALYSIS OF RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS IN LEADING BIOMEDICAL JOURNALS WITH A FULL DATA SHARING POLICY: SURVEY OF STUDIES PUBLISHED IN THE BMJ AND PLOS MEDICINE
MEDICAL JOURNAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CLINICAL TRIAL DATA SHARING: RIPE FOR IMPROVEMENT
Efficient sharing and reuse of data from clinical trials are critical in advancing medical knowledge and developing improved treatments. We believe that the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) clin- ical trial data sharing policy is currently inadequate.