REWARD | EQUATOR Conference, Berlin, Germany, 20-22 February 2020

18 July, 2019

Dear All,

The next REWARD | EQUATOR Conference will take place in Berlin, Germany, from 20-22 February 2020.

Hosted by the QUEST Center at the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) the conference will focus on:

Sharing Strategies for Research Improvement:

Challenges and opportunities for improvement for ethics committees and regulators, publishers, institutions and researchers, and funders

Methods for measuring and testing interventions

Conference theme and programme information is available at:

Key dates:

01 July 2019 ·Start Registration

01 July 2019 ·Start Abstract Submission

15 September 2019 ·Abstract Submission Deadline

31 October 2019 ·Registration EARLY BIRD Deadline

20-22 February 2020 · REWARD | EQUATOR Conference

Visit the REWARD | EQUATOR conference website for full details:

Sent on behalf of the EQUATOR Network and REWARD Teams

Shona Kirtley

EQUATOR Knowledge and Information Manager | Senior Research Information Specialist


Centre for Statistics in Medicine (CSM)

Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS)

University of Oxford

Botnar Research Centre

Windmill Road

Oxford OX3 7LD

Tel: 01865 223438



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HIFA profile: Shona Kirtley is Research Information Specialist for the EQUATOR Network based in the Centre for Statistics in Medicine, University of Oxford, UK. The EQUATOR Network (Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research) is an international initiative that seeks to improve the reliability and value of medical research literature by promoting accurate and transparent reporting of health research studies. The network is aimed at scientists, medical and student researchers, editors and peer reviewers. Shona's main interests lie in the effective provision (in clear, concise and useable formats) of evidence-based health information and in the importance of and promotion of accurate and transparent reporting of health research studies and the available research reporting guidelines that can help researchers achieve this and increase the chances of their research studies being accepted for publication.