Bay Area Open Science Group - Examining the Openness of COVID-19-related Randomized Control Trials
Since the onset of the pandemic, there have been a myriad of initiatives to ensure that research related to COVID-19 is made rapidly and broadly available. To examine to which this promise has resulted into the adoption of open science, the Research and Instruction team at Lane Medical Library is conducting a research project to assess the openness of publications describing the results of randomized control trials for interventions designed to prevent or treat COVID-19. In this session John Borghi, project lead and manager of the R&I team, will present their methods and preliminary results and will discuss how the project has served as a mechanism for the team to get first-hand experience putting open science into practice.
The Bay Area Open Science Group is intended to bring together students, faculty, and staff from the Stanford, UCSF, and Berkeley community to learn about open science, discuss the application of open science practices in a research context, and meet other members of the community who are interested in (or already are) incorporating open science practices into their work. Learn more about the group and connect with us on our website.
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- Tuesday, Jun 28 2022
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Pacific Time - US & Canada (change)