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Evidence-based thinking and why it matters
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Introduction to EBM for medical students

The start of the 2014 academic year for clinical medical students involves a host of talks about what they can

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Connecting with Saudi Arabia

In June, Drs. Zulfa Al Rayess and Amena Munshi spent a week at Oxford University while attending the Evidence based

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Weight loss supplements: do they work?

An offshoot of the increased prevalence of overweight and obese individuals is the proliferation, in shops and on the internet,

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Clinical prediction rules: friend or foe?

What we wanted to know is whether a bunch of general practitioners (GPs) actually know anything about them, do they use them, and if so, do they find them useful?

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The Double-Edged Sword of the Evidence-Based Medicine Renaissance

There is clearly a thirst for a renewed and refreshed version of EBM that helps achieve EBM’s stated aims.

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Evidence Based Medicine and Baking

Evidence Based Medicine and Baking; surely a contender for 2014’s most obscure blog title. For my first post, I’ve opted

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Research drives innovation through knowledge translation

Challenging traditional ways of teaching health professionals about research methods

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The impact of an MSc Evidence-Based Health Care

I was inspired to learn about evidence-based health care to develop sustainable health care for REAL benefits for our patients. I think it will be a long term struggle.
Having Oxford credentials has been a powerful addition to my academic achievements.

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CEBM new look website

Refreshed the CEBM website, easier to navigate and locate the important sections.

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The impact of an MSc. A retrospective view from Dr Felipe Martinez, Valparaiso, Chile.

One of the reasons I took the MSc at Oxford was because I wanted to make EBM friendlier for clinicians in my country.

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What can you learn from an EBM course? More than you think.

I got more than I bargained for. I learned 3 principles of EBM: use it or lose it, practice makes perfect, and be more critical.

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CEBM holds follow up outreach workshop in Lithuania

Dr’s Kamal R Mahtani and David Nunan open the largest EBM conference held in Lithuania.

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Ask big questions and think critically

Susanna Every-Palmer (Zanna) was initially sceptical about her suitability for our module on the History and Philosophy of EBHC. I informed her that all she required was the willingness to ask big questions and to think critically.

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Evaluating Performance

Things to consider in evaluating performance in Evidence-Based Medicine.

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Special Study Module in Evidence Based Diagnostics

I will never read a scientific paper the same way again!

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