The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine develops, promotes and disseminates better evidence for healthcare.
Dr Kamal Mahtani – Why does it take so long to see my GP? On 23 October 2017, Dr Kamal
Introductory Workshop in Evidence-Based Practice Bedford Hall, Dublin Castle, Dame St, Dublin 12th – 14th MARCH 2019 Our Objectives: To
You must misspell drug names when doing a systematic review 1. Introduction Drug names are difficult to remember, pronounce, and
This talk was given at the introduction to Evidence-based Practice course at Rewley House on October 10th. The talk
This talk was given at the 2016 Preventing Overdiagnosis Conference in Barcelona, Spain As the closing keynote this talk focuses on Carl
Evidence-Based Medicine for clinical years: Sep 13th 2016 Professor Carl Heneghan Download the pdf of the talk Go to the
This talk was given by Professor Carl Heneghan at Continuing Education Open Day in Sep 2016 Download the talk: (Assessing
The steps of practicing EBM: Ask a focused question. Track down the evidence Critically appraise evidence for its validity, effect
Teaching Materials for Medical Students Introduction to EBM and Question Formulation 2018 (Access) Template 2018 Introduction to EBM 2016 (Access)
The following are the presentations and templates to run a One-Day course on Evidence-Based Practice After the workshop, participants should
Professor David Sackett introduces Pre-Clinical Courses in Biostatistics – 1994 View more videos on the CEBM YouTube channel.
Asking focused questions is directly relevant to patients’ problems and phrased to direct your search to relevant and precise answers.
Finding the evidence is the second step in evidence-based practice, after formulating a clearly focused clinical question.