This article in Advances in Radiation Oncology highlights the importance of transparency, openness and reproducibility of data which are important characteristics in scientific publishing. While many researchers embrace these characteristics, it is yet to become common practice.

The ultimate goal of radiation oncology research is to improve clinical care.  As a specialty, we tackle diverse research questions, addressing every type of cancer and encompassing cancer biology and radiation physics.  But despite our best efforts, evidence-based medicine cannot provide 1 clear

The ultimate goal of radiation oncology research is to improve clinical care.  As a specialty, we tackle diverse research questions, addressing every type of cancer and encompassing cancer biology and radiation physics.  But despite our best efforts, evidence-based medicine cannot provide 1 clear

The ultimate goal of radiation oncology research is to improve clinical care.  As a specialty, we tackle diverse research questions, addressing every type of cancer and encompassing cancer biology and radiation physics.  But despite our best efforts, evidence-based medicine cannot provide 1 clear

The ultimate goal of radiation oncology research is to improve clinical care.  As a specialty, we tackle diverse research questions, addressing every type of cancer and encompassing cancer biology and radiation physics.  But despite our best efforts, evidence-based medicine cannot provide 1 clear

The ultimate goal of radiation oncology research is to improve clinical care.  As a specialty, we tackle diverse research questions, addressing every type of cancer and encompassing cancer biology and radiation physics.  But despite our best efforts, evidence-based medicine cannot provide 1 clear

The ultimate goal of radiation oncology research is to improve clinical care.  As a specialty, we tackle diverse research questions, addressing every type of cancer and encompassing cancer biology and radiation physics.  But despite our best efforts, evidence-based medicine cannot provide 1 clear

Professional burnout is characterized by emotional exhaustion, impersonal relationships with others, and a sense of professional inadequacy.

RO-ILS: Radiation Oncology Incident Learning System® Quarters 1 and 2 2018 Aggregate Report analyzes common errors that occur while treating patients in radiation onco

The eContouring for Head and Neck Cancer Case Library contains 6 cases, case vingettes, and reference documents from cases from the 2017 ASTRO Annual Meeting.

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