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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What makes a systematic review “complex”? Kamal R. Mahtani, Tom Jefferson, and Carl Heneghan reflect on the lack of definitions,
I’ve just published my first research paper entitled: ‘Higher participation in physical activity is associated with less use of inpatient
Our vision is to be a global source of high quality evidence, on which clinical decisions can be reliably based.
Last week, a student asked me whether our new MSc module “Big Data Epidemiology” would be covering “machine learning” techniques
Tuesday June 20th 12:00 – 16:00 James Munro, Patient Opinion André Tomlin and Douglas Badenoch, Minervation Workshop aims and objectives
Carl Heneghan, in conversation with Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter, Winton Professor for the Public Understanding of Risk at the University
The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine is dedicated to the practice and dissemination of EBM in health care decision making. We
Global cardiovascular risk assessment in the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in adults: systematic review of systematic reviews Lead author
Evidence-Based thinking and why it matters. Click through to read the latest from our EBM Bloggers. Articles range from Introducing you to
High quality training and education including an Introduction to EBM and How to Practice EBM. https://www.cebm.net/introduction-evidence-based-medicine/ https://www.cebm.net/teaching-evidence-based-medicine/
CEBM runs conferences and events, partnering with like-minded organisations to disseminate evidence for better healthcare.
Promoting Critical Thinking – transforming the public understanding of healthcare evidence for better informed decision making.
Academics have long been accused of intellectual isolation – locked away in Ivory Towers, unable to find a ‘lingua franca’
Originally posted on the EAL Journal blog, the journal of the National Association for Languages in the Curriculum. There has
Most drug discovery nowadays is carried out by pharmaceutical companies. However, they rely heavily on findings from research carried out in academic institutions.