The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine develops, promotes and disseminates better evidence for healthcare.
On 30.1.15 the Lancet published a re-analysis of Oseltamavir effects in symptomatic influenza like illness “Oseltamivir treatment for influenza in
The paper by Dobson et al shows just how far certain parts of the pharmaceutical industry and its key opinion
With financial support from the Oxford Academic Health Science Network and Health Education Thames Valley, 7 clinicians have embarked on
‘So, what is it that you actually do?’ It’s inevitable that I’m asked that question as soon as I tell
While evidence-based medicine (EBM) developed over 20 years ago to meet the needs of healthcare systems at that time, there
A seminar “Deadly Devices and Dangerous Drugs, the secrets behind medical research” was hosted by the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine
I have been in dental education for 22 years, teaching prosthodontics (prosthetic dentistry) at The University of Texas Health Science
Challenging traditional ways of teaching health professionals about research methods
The process of using research to improve clinical practice requires a broader understanding of individual and organisational behaviours, and an ability to integrate the research evidence with existing tacit and organisational knowledge.
Everywhere we look, there seem to be problems in synthesising and organising knowledge for use. We know that the latest research evidence is not routinely implemented and that at times, we don’t change practice to prevent harm.
It’s been another big year for the MSc in EBHC. There has been a change of leadership but the momentum of great education continues. At the beginning of the 2012-2013 academic year we had 61 continuing MSc students. We also had 37 students enrolled onto the Postgraduate Diploma in Health Research.