14 October 2016

Publication, acknowledgement and authorship

All publications using data from the quality registry must specify which registry the data is taken from in the methodology section.

If a registry centre has assisted, this can also be specified, for example in acknowledgements. We recommend that someone familiar with the registry is involved in the research project in order to describe how data has been collected in the registry. Customary rules apply concerning authorship:

Guidelines for Authors: Editorial Policy and Manuscript Preparation

Defining the Role of Authors and Contributors

It is also important that the registry receives information on which publications the results are published in, as the quality registry must report what research findings the registry has contributed to.

The allocation of funds to the registry may partly depend on the number of scientific publications. The organization surrounding the registry and the registry itself are important resources in the dissemination and implementation of new research results in healthcare and other organizations.

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