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This latest session in the EQUATOR Lightning Workshops series will lead you step by step through conducting and writing up a peer review.


This workshop will be led by revered and feared methods reviewer for the BMJ “hanging committee”, Prof Gary Collins. What Gary doesn’t know about spotting fatal flaws in statistical analysis and reporting isn’t worth knowing. The workshop will include a practical critiquing session, and could boost your career by developing the highly sought-after skill of methods reviewing.


This workshop is open to University of Oxford staff and students. Booking is required. Please email Caroline Struthers ( and register through our Eventbrite page if you would like to attend this session.

EQUATOR Lightning Workshops 2018

Light up your research with new writing and publication skills with EQUATOR Lightning Workshops. These monthly workshops are given by writing and methods experts from the UK EQUATOR Centre and the Centre for Statistics in Medicine.

The full schedule for 2018 can be found here.

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