Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine
Get to know tutors involved in the MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care.
Read the experiences that led them into EBM and teaching
Annette Pluddemann Course Director for the MSc in Evidence-Based Healthcare.
Richard Stevens Course Director for the MSc in EBHC Medical Statistics.
Jeff Aronson Consultant Physician and Clinical Pharmacologist
Nik Bobrovitz DPhil Student
Mike Clarke Tutor, Systematic Reviews and Randomised Controlled Trials
Susannah Fleming Module Co-ordinator for Essential Medical Statistics
Trish Greenhalgh Module Co-ordinator for Knowledge Into Action (KIA). She is also Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences and co-Director of the Interdisciplinary Research In Health Sciences (IRIHS) unit at the University of Oxford.
Jenny Hisplop Module Co-ordinator for Qualitative Research Methods. She is a Senior Qualitative Researcher in the Health Experiences Research Group
Jeremy Howick Module Co-ordinator for The History and Philosophy in Evidence-Based Healthcare
Tom Jefferson Tutor on the Complex Reviews module
José M.Ordóñez-Mena Module Co-ordinator and tutor for Introduction to Study Design and Research Methods, and also teaches on the Essential Medical Statistics and Meta-analysis modules
Andrew Papanikitas Module Co-ordinator for Ethics for Bioscience. He also teaches on the MSc EBHC modules History and Philosophy of Evidence-Based Medicine, and Introduction to Study Design and Research Methods.
Geoff Wong Module Co-ordinator for Realist Reviews and Realist Evaluations
The MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care, MSc in EBHC Systematic Reviews and MSc in EBHC Medical Statistics aim to integrate the best available research evidence with clinical expertise and patient values to enable students to learn how to change health care for the better.
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