Evaluating Registered Reports Funding Partnerships: a feasibility study 17 September 2021 New article in open peer review by Robbie Clark, Katie Drax, Christopher Chambers, Marcus Munafò and Jackie Thompson
- Evaluating Registered Reports Funding Partnerships: a feasibility study 17 September 2021 New article in open peer review by Robbie Clark, Katie Drax, Christopher Chambers, Marcus Munafò and Jackie Thompson
- Major funding boost for UK’s open research agenda 16 September 2021 Congratulations to UKRN who have secured funding from Research England to deliver open research training across the UK
- TARG Newsletter - September 2021 15 September 2021 The TARG Newsletter for September 2021 has been sent to our participant mailing list.
- Electronic cigarette and smoking paraphernalia point of sale displays: an observational study in England 14 September 2021 New paper by Laura Brocklebank, Anna Blackwell, Theresa Marteau, Katie De-loyde, Richard Morris, Thomas Burgoine, Alice Hobson, Minna Ventsel and Marcus Munafò
- Self-processing in relation to emotion and reward processing in depression 9 September 2021 New paper by Catherine Hobbs, Jie Sui, David Kessler, Marcus Munafò and Katherine Button
- Mental Health as a Mediator of the Association Between Educational Inequality and Cardiovascular Disease: A Mendelian Randomization Study 7 September 2021 New paper by Daniel Jones, Robyn Wootton, Dipender Gill, Alice Carter, David Gunnell, Marcus Munafò and Hannah Sallis
- Estimating the prevalence of discrepancies between study registrations and publications: A systematic review and meta-analyses 3 September 2021 New preprint by TARG meta-research group and collaborators
- Associations between COVID-19 Risk Perceptions and Mental Health, Wellbeing, and Risk Behaviours 1 September 2021 New preprint by Maddy Dyer, Hannah Sallis, Jasmine Khouja, Sarah Dryhurst and Marcus Munafò
- How did the COVID-19 pandemic affect people who inject drugs? 30 July 2021 People who inject drugs appreciated the efforts made by drug services to continue to provide support during the pandemic. But for many, the pandemic worsened already precarious and isolated lives. New paper (pre-proof) by Lindsey Hines and colleagues.
- Bias from questionnaire invitation and response in COVID-19 research: an example using ALSPAC 30 July 2021 New article in open peer review by Gareth Griffith and colleagues from the MRC IEU, Bristol Medical School and the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre.