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How can you reduce the risk of errors and bias when extracting data?
How can you make data extraction more efficient?
Practicing Evidence-Based Medicine in a Resource-Limited Country: Let’s Start at the Very Beginning
What if something is missing from categorical risk data? Kathy Taylor Unbounded limits of outer categories in categorical risk (quantile
Fostering excellence in Evidence-Based Medicine research and teaching in Brazil
Wanting a particular reference category in categorical risk data.
Jong-Wook Ban and Paul Dijkstra, DPhil EBHC students
The value of engaging and connecting.
Dr Anne-Marie Boylan, Dissertation Coordinator for the MSc in EBHC, speaks to Mark Howe, a dentist who recently completed his MSc about his experiences of writing up his MSc thesis for publication in the Journal of Dentistry.
To mark International Clinical Trials Day 2019, the James Lind Library’s editorial team has redrafted the JLL’s Explanatory Essays and compiled them as a 100-page, illustrated book downloadable as a free pdf.
In the last of three blogs on writing words worth reading, Jeff Aronson explains why he thinks that reading will help your writing and recommends a selection of texts that may be useful.
As a dental surgeon, I have spent my entire career trying to keep up-to-date with the latest evidence as surgical techniques have evolved.
A worked example using a trend estimation method to summarise categorical risk data.
In the second of three blogs on writing words worth reading, Jeff Aronson offers some simple guidelines.
Value-based healthcare is the equitable, sustainable and transparent use of the available resources to achieve better outcomes and experiences for every person.
The first of a series of three blogs.