Evidence Service to support the COVID-19 response
This content is part of the Oxford COVID-19 Evidence Service
Advances in many aspects of healthcare mean that people are living longer, but rapid and often unplanned urbanisation has impacted their quality of life.
Richard Stevens, Richard Hobbs, Rafael Perera, Jason Oke Background Travel restriction policy in the UK is based on rates of
Many restaurants, theatres and offices are using infrared thermometers to get the country back to work.
Crisis Leadership employed a number of clear lessons. Some of them may be applicable now.
Stavros Christofides, Jason Oke, Carl Heneghan NHS England releases daily, the number of deaths reported in Hospitals. Most of these
Jason Oke, Carl Heneghan NHS England releases data at 2 pm each day and reports daily count up to the
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.