The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine develops, promotes and disseminates better evidence for healthcare.
Carl is Professor of EBM & Director of CEBM at the University of Oxford. He is also a GP and tweets @carlheneghan. He has an active interest in discovering the truth behind health research findings
Part 1 of this series pointed out we need better research to support better decisions. Market forces, though, may not
The campaign starts at EvidenceLive 2016 – with an open meeting to prioritise and explore the potential solutions to better
Funding Bodies give money to institutions to undertake research to ultimately improve patient care. And to achieve this aim
In this weeks BMJ, Fiona Godlee, asks important questions about who had access, and when they had access to a
For the latest updates on outcome switching at the COMPare project check out the host of blogs currently being posted.
Publications listed in PubMed in 2015 – CEBM staff continue to publish in a number of high impact journals, along
In the Bulletin this term . . . Lead Article Bias – alive and kicking Dr Kamal Mahtani, Deputy Director
‘Medical Investigation provide a force for the public good, which require evidence-based methods.’ Carl Heneghan, Professor of EBM: Holding pharmaceutical
BMJ Editorial Antivirals, pandemic planning, and failure to heed calls for trial dataBMJ 2015; 351 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.h5635 (Published 22 October
‘Retracing the history of evidence-based medicine (EBM) through conditions such as heart attack provides a useful insight into the
I put together this storify on Teaching EBM from the #TEBM15 twitter feed: now in its 21st year TEBM mixes
Why is teaching EBM so damn hard? A question I ask myself, sometimes event in the midst of a class.
BMJ Editorial by Ben Goldacre and Carl Heneghan The chief medical officer’s review on statins and oseltamivir may look for