Evidence Service to support the COVID-19 response
Evidence-based thinking and why it matters.
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Dr Patrícia Canelas Departmental Lecturer, Sustainable Urban Development Programme, University of Oxford Dr Idalina Baptista Associate Professor, Sustainable Urban Development
If we can use the current pandemic as a catalyst to address the longer-term silent killer of climate change, while engendering healthier behaviour in the short term, then we will avoid a knee-jerk reaction, and future-proof our response for the next generation.
The delivery of the lectures upheld the rich tradition of excellence; the tutors and students cultivated an avenue for communication and collaboration. I knew this was Oxford.
Does smoking increase the risk of acute respiratory infections? Jamie Hartmann-Boyce, Nicola Lindson Verdict: Yes. Smoking is a risk factor
Director of the Evidence-Based Health Care Leadership Programme Kamal Mahtani reflects on what it takes to be a leader in evidence-based healthcare.
Paediatrician Veerle Langenhorst gathers some thoughts about his current PGCert in TEBHC experience.
Overview of published articles citing the CEBM's Transmission Dynamics work
Part time graduate courses and professional short courses for clinicians, scientists and researchers.
Our new programme is designed for healthcare professionals who are existing or aspiring leaders in Evidence-Based Health Care.
A collaborative project mapping all the biases that affect health evidence.