Collaborating for Analytical Integrity Around the World


An unexpected privilege comes from sharing information on this site every day. It’s the opportunity for collaborating with really smart people from all over the world. All to promote better science for better health. So today’s post is a simple expression of gratitude to Andrew Brown and every one of his collaborators on our recent paper in Obesity Reviews.

But there’s more. When we highlighted that paper here on ConscienHealth, Jennie Brand-Miller and Alistair Senior decided to adapt it to a video format. They did it because they saw an opportunity to promote analytical integrity in their institution – the Charles Perkins Centre at the University of Sydney.

So they recruited a talented designer and senior project officer, Hendra Wijaya, to adapt it to a more visual form. Thus we now have a beautiful visual representation of ten important principles for analytical integrity.

We also have a great deal of gratitude for the opportunity of collaborating with so many talented people. Thank you.

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December 7, 2019

One Response to “Collaborating for Analytical Integrity Around the World”

  1. December 09, 2019 at 1:42 pm, Tricia Gardner said:

    Absolutely will use this video tool and forward your link it to many other folks who appreciate the science of good research. Thank you for your integrity and service in promoting accurate information, ConscienHealth!