Open Forum Session - Organised by ESR Publications Committee

OF 21a - How to get my manuscript accepted: getting help from reporting guidelines

March 5, 16:00 - 17:00 CET

OF 21a-1
3 min
Chairperson's introduction
OF 21a-2
5 min
Why are STARD and STROBE useful and how does it help authors and editors?
1. To learn about the definition of these guidelines.
2. To understand the major benefit of including these guidelines early in the study.
3. To be aware of other guidelines that may be useful for specific purposes, like CONSORT or ARRIVE.
OF 21a-3
5 min
What is PRISMA and what are the recipes for a relevant meta-analysis?
1. To understand the relationship between a systematic review and meta-analysis.
2. To become familiar with the PRISMA checklist and flow diagram and to understand how they can provide useful guidance for authors towards a successful meta-analysis.
3. To assess PRISMA as a tool for critical appraisal of published systematic reviews.
OF 21a-4
5 min
Can we elaborate guidelines or a check-list for radiomics studies?
1. To learn about the most common weaknesses in published and submitted manuscripts dealing with artificial intelligence and radiomics.
2. To understand how reporting guidelines can help authors avoiding these errors by providing a checklist.
3. To be aware of ongoing efforts in adapting reporting guidelines to the field of artificial intelligence.
OF 21a-5
42 min
Open forum discussion