The Scholarly Communication team at NUS Libraries provides consultations to the NUS community on matters related to academic publishing, predatory publishing, Open Access and APCs, research impact metrics and how you can obtain your own metrics or profiles for Annual Reviews, P&T or peer benchmarking.
Do feel free to contact us if you have any questions:
Researchers and Staff at NUS must conduct research in accordance with policies and procedures from the Office of the Deputy President (Research & Technology) or ODPRT.
For more NUS policies pertaining to data, please see Research Data Management: NUS & Funders' Research Data Policies Libguide.
The quality of reporting in a research paper - its completeness, clarity, and accuracy - is crucial for its use in further research or clinical practice.
If you would like to learn more about reporting or research guidelines, you may consult Equator Network resource and Research Reporting Guidelines and Initiatives by U.S. National Library of Medicine for more information.