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
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
By Carl Heneghan and colleagues at the Centre: David Sackett, the founder of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM), died
I have concerns with the undertaking of the Dobson paper  in the Lancet: how the results are presented, the
Summary of Oseltamivir versus placebo for preventing influenza in adults * Oseltamivir for influenza in adults and children: systematic review
This is our response posted on the BMJ to @deb_cohen article on ‘GPs are told to treat with scepticism advice
Abstract Objectives To describe the potential benefits and harms of zanamivir. Design Systematic review of clinical study reports of randomised
Oseltamivir for influenza in adults and children: systematic review of clinical study reports and summary of regulatory comments Abstract Objective
Carl Heneghan As 2014 comes to an end, I thought a recap of the achievements of the AllTrials campaign this
Oxford, WHO workshop on the prevention and control of NonCommunicable Diseases In May 2013, The World Health Assembly endorsed the WHO
A good question is something that that someone asks when there is a clear need for information. Simple, blog done!
When I first heard the concept of overdiagnosis my initial thoughts were that surely such a concept couldn’t exist: either
On Saturday the 13th of September I gave a talk at the Value in Healthcare forum, ran by Sir Muir
The start of the 2014 academic year for clinical medical students involves a host of talks about what they can
Cochrane Library Podcast Carl Heneghan, University of Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, discusses a new Cochrane review of self monitoring