Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine
CEBM Centre Manager
Responsible for maintaining the Centre's ability to respond to new initiatives. Facilitating the development and dissemination of research to improve clinical practice and patient care.
Elevating the position of all EBM and EBHC learning related activities globally.
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‘Good statistical understanding is not the exclusive territory of professional statisticians’ Richard Stevens, Director of the MSc in EBHC Medical
Cooling in acute stroke management: MSc in EBHC dissertation My dissertation explores the use of cooling therapies in acute stroke.
Can you have too much of normal? We recently did a study1 that tried to identify General Practices that ordered
Trade Secrets of a DPhil in Evidence-Based Health Care Perspectives from Marcy McCall MacBain, DPhil (Oxon) In 2010, I was
What can we learn from the NHS review of Surgery for Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence using Tape or Mesh?
Epilepsy in Childhood and the Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder: MSc in EBHC dissertation In my clinical practice, I follow
What do we mean by Value-based healthcare Louise Hurst and Muir Gray Whilst the resources – time, carbon and money
Why we should consider shortening antibiotic duration. Can we achieve better outcomes when we use antibiotics to treat bacterial infections
Re: Clarification of evidence presented to Parliamentary Science and Technology Committee meeting, Wednesday 7th March 2018, about the UK Flu
Is using psychoactive drugs to treat obesity a good idea? Igho Onakpoya Would you be willing to lose about 5%
Marcy McCall MacBain in conversation with Hayley Trueman Oxford AHSN Fellow on the NSc in EBHC
Marcy McCall MacBain in conversation with Bennett Holman a visiting Fellow from Yonsei University, South Korea.
Dr Kamal Mahtani – Why does it take so long to see my GP? On 23 October 2017, Dr Kamal
Researchers: Mahtani KR, Heneghan CJ, Nunan D, Onakpoya IJ, Roberts NW, Hobbs FDR
Ageing should not be viewed synonymously with disease Elizabeth Thomas When I last visited my 89-year old grandmother, she showed