Objective: To investigate the effectiveness of open peer review as a mechanism to improve the reporting of randomised trials published in biomedical journals.
Design: Retrospective before and after study.
Setting: BioMed Central series medical journals.
Sample: 93 primary reports of randomised trials published in BMC-series medical journals in 2012. Main outcome measures: Changes ... Expand abstract
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Impact of peer review on reports of randomised trials published in open peer review journals : retrospective before and after study
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