STRICTA has been designed to improve the Standards for Reporting Interventions in Clinical Trials of Acupuncture. These guidelines provide authors a way to structure their reports of interventions using a checklist. The aim is to facilitate transparency in published reports, enabling a better understanding and interpretation of results, aiding their critical appraisal, and providing detail that is necessary for replication. The 2010 version has been developed in conjunction with the CONSORT Group Executive, such that the new version of STRICTA has become an official extension to the CONSORT Statement. STRICTA can be viewed and freely downloaded from this website. The core content of the STRICTA guidelines consists of a checklist of six key items, with each item within the checklist having an explanation and a series of examples of good reporting.
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Citing the STRICTA Statement (for authors)
If you are using the STRICTA guidelines from this website, we recommend that you use journal article citations rather than citing this website. Click here for more information.
STRICTA 2010 DOWNLOADS