Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine
This world class programme is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills to transform healthcare and make better
MSc in EBHC Systematic Reviews This is a course for health professional who want to gain an understanding of the
MSc in EBHC Medical Statistics This is a course for health professionals who wish to strengthen their statistical skills and
Postgraduate Certificate in Health Research The Postgraduate Certificate is normally completed between 1-2 years. It consists of three assessed taught
This page contains details MSc modules and other courses facilitated by the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences and affiliates.
Top 10 tips for starting a qualitative MSc dissertation This blog is part of a series for Evidence-Based Health Care
Pomegranate (Punica granatum) is a fruit-bearing shrub native to the Middle East but is cultivated widely. Once you’ve managed to
Many problems in healthcare are complex and difficult to solve. In fact, it is far easier to ignore complex
Early CGM devices were expensive and had problems with accuracy and reliability, and patients often needed to provide finger-prick data
Thirty-seven medicines have been withdrawn from the market because of harmful effects observed in animals. However, whether we should use
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.
Presentation of research data at meetings is an important aspect of one’s career, with many advantages, including recognition of
This blog is part of a series for Evidence-Based Health Care MSc students undertaking their dissertations, by Research Assistant Alice
“Can anyone tell us how we use a calculation of ‘Likelihood of Help versus Harm’ (LHH) to incorporate patients’ values
Kamal Mahtani in conversation with Sir Iain Chalmers, one of the founders of the Cochrane Collaboration, and coordinator of the James Lind