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Evidence-based thinking and why it matters
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Tips for a qualitative dissertation

Alice Tompson

Undertaking an MSc dissertation in Evidence-Based Health Care (EBHC) may be your first hands-on experience of doing qualitative research…

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Does a pomegranate a day keep your blood pressure at bay?

Oghenekome Gbinigie and Igho Onakpoya

Pomegranate (Punica granatum) is a fruit-bearing shrub…

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Mind the Gap

Geoff Wong

Many problems in healthcare are complex and difficult to solve. In fact, it is far easier to ignore complex problems and instead just reduce things down to the bits that aren’t complex, ignoring everything else…

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Continuous Glucose Monitoring for the iPhone Generation?

Philip Oddie

Early CGM devices were expensive and had problems with accuracy and reliability…

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From animals to humans - can we extrapolate data on harms?

Igho Onakpoya

Thirty-seven medicines have been withdrawn from the market because of harmful effects observed in animals…

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EBM for editors

Carl Heneghan and David Nunan

This one day workshop gives an introduction to EBM for journal editors…

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Oxford’s recognition of individuals can promote their recognition at home

Iain Chalmers

I am proud to know Dr Khamis Elessi, one of the recipients of the 2017 Kellogg College Community Engagement and Academic Merit Awards…

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The seven ages of research

Jeff Aronson

Presentation of research data at meetings is an important aspect of one’s career…

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Ten Steps to Producing a Successful Mixed Methods Dissertation in Evidence-Based Health Care

Alice Tompson

I thought Margaret Głogowska would be a great person to chat to about the opportunities…

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Keeping it real: evidence-based competence among GPs

Kevin Galbraith

We synthesised two sets of themes describing the meaning of EBHC in general practice…

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Introduction to EBM

This one day workshop is aimed at clinicians, health care professionals and researchers who wish to gain knowledge of critical appraisal and experience in the practice of evidence-based medicine…

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Ten Principles of Good Prescribing

Jeff Aronson

Prescribing medicines is the main approach to the treatment and prevention of disease and the alleviation of symptoms in modern healthcare…

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Using systematic reviews to reduce research waste - who really cares?

Kamal R Mahtani

The global spend on biomedical research and development is estimated to be about $250 billion…

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Ten Steps to Producing a Well-Written Evidence-Based Health Care Dissertation

Alice Tompson

Take time to plan what you want to write…

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