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In my trial example I estimated the follow-up range of 15 to 80 months.
In this blog post I’m returning to extracting hazard ratios (HRs)
Older adults are more susceptible than younger people to bacterial infections.
J. Mark Riddell
Patients undergoing major orthopedic surgery have typically suffered moderate to severe pain after their procedure.
What if there’s only a graph?
Medical Students Miranda Stoddart & Oliver Blanshard
Our time at CEBM focused on the assessment of how authors of RCTs report their methodology
Jason Oke, Luke Allen, Jose Ordonez-Menes
A women has her blood pressure taken and at 145 mmHg, is suspected as being hypertensive.
Anne-Marie Boylan and Colm Andrews
Rejection is part of the process: Turning your dissertation into an academic paper
A reflectuion of the EBHC Complex Reviews module and whether systematic reviews without unpublished data are wasteful or not.
Medical Students Izzy, Furqaan and Shanil
To identify relevant trials, we searched for published reports of RCTs with binary primary outcomes in five major medical journals
How can you reduce the risk of errors and bias when extracting data?
How can you make data extraction more efficient?
Practicing Evidence-Based Medicine in a Resource-Limited Country: Let’s Start at the Very Beginning
What if something is missing from categorical risk data?
Oxford Brazil EBM Alliance
Fostering excellence in Evidence-Based Medicine research and teaching in Brazil