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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There is no doubt that tackling antibiotic resistance is of major public health importance to global health systems. This report highlights the considerable number of new diagnostic technologies in development to underpin the rational prescribing of antibiotics.
Health and medical science is complex—but oversight is necessary and often lacking. In the modern world health care is
EBHC Short courses can count towards an MSc Each year the Postgraduate Programme in Evidence-Based Health Care welcomes over 90
Ana Cristina Castro Ana is currently a student in the MSc in Evidence-based health care in the University of Oxford.
Courses in the Practice of EBHC, Statistics, Study Design & Research Methods, Ethics in Biosciences, Mixed Methods, Clinical Trial Management, Knowledge into Action and History & Philosophy of Evidence-Based Health Care
Jeff Aronson has edited the forthcoming 16th edition of “Meylers Side Effects of Drugs: the International Encyclopedia of Adverse Drug Reactions and
Looking for more? There is plenty out there. Take advantage of the free online resources available and build on the
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Chaired by Helen McDonald at Evidence live 2013 Peter Gotzsche, Carl Heneghan, Mike Clarke, An-wen Chan and Tom Jefferson give
Professor David Sackett introduces Pre-Clinical Courses in Biostatistics – 1994 View more videos on the CEBM YouTube channel.
Research findings need to be translated into information that is meaningful for clinicians, managers, policy makers, patients and their families.
Evidence-Based medicine is the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients
The WHO Global NCD Action Plan 2013-2020 provides a road map to attain nine voluntary global targets, including that of
This short video except features Professor Paul Glasziou from the University of Oxford’s Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM) talking about the formation of PICO, PO and PO questions.
Drug approval and use cannot be based on biased or missing information any longer. We risk too much in our population’s health and economy.