Blog posts by CEBM

MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care

This world class programme is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills to transform healthcare and make better

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MSc in EBHC Systematic Reviews

MSc in EBHC Systematic Reviews This is a course for health professional who want to gain an understanding of the

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MSc in EBHC Medical Statistics

MSc in EBHC Medical Statistics This is a course for health professionals who wish to strengthen their statistical skills and

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PG Cert & Dip in Health Research

Postgraduate Certificate in Health Research The Postgraduate Certificate is normally completed between 1-2 years. It consists of three assessed taught

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Short Accredited Courses

This page contains details MSc modules and other courses facilitated by the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences and affiliates. 

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Tips for a qualitative dissertation

Top 10 tips for starting a qualitative MSc dissertation This blog is part of a series for Evidence-Based Health Care

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Does a Pomegranate a day keep your blood pressure at bay?

Pomegranate (Punica granatum) is a fruit-bearing shrub native to the Middle East but is cultivated widely. Once you’ve managed to

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Mind the Gap

  Many problems in healthcare are complex and difficult to solve. In fact, it is far easier to ignore complex

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Continuous Glucose Monitoring for the iPhone Generation?

Early CGM devices were expensive and had problems with accuracy and reliability, and patients often needed to provide finger-prick data

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From animals to humans - can we extrapolate data on harms?

Thirty-seven medicines have been withdrawn from the market because of harmful effects observed in animals. However, whether we should use

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Oxford’s recognition of individuals can promote their recognition at home

I am proud to know Dr Khamis Elessi, one of the recipients of the 2017 Kellogg College Community Engagement and Academic Merit Awards, who is studying for an MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care.

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The seven ages of research

  Presentation of research data at meetings is an important aspect of one’s career, with many advantages, including recognition of

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Ten Steps to Producing a Successful Mixed Methods Dissertation in Evidence-Based Health Care

This blog is part of a series for Evidence-Based Health Care MSc students undertaking their dissertations, by Research Assistant Alice

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Keeping it real: evidence-based competence among GPs

“Can anyone tell us how we use a calculation of ‘Likelihood of Help versus Harm’ (LHH) to incorporate patients’ values

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Systematic Reviews

Kamal Mahtani in conversation with Sir Iain Chalmers, one of the founders of the Cochrane Collaboration, and coordinator of the James Lind

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