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Evidence-based thinking and why it matters
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2014: The Year of influence for AllTrials

Carl Heneghan As 2014 comes to an end, I thought a recap of the achievements of the AllTrials campaign this

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CEBM Christmas Statistics Puzzle

  By Dr. Bethany Shinkins (with help from her little elves) Use the following clues to help you find all

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Happy fiftieth birthday, Yellow Cards

To London, to celebrate 50 years of the Yellow Card scheme . The scheme, which was started by the erstwhile Committee

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Educate to Change Clinical Practice

With financial support from the Oxford Academic Health Science Network and Health Education Thames Valley, 7 clinicians have embarked on

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Evidence-Based Health Care Programme - Module spaces available

Courses in the Practice of EBHC, Statistics, Study Design & Research Methods, Ethics in Biosciences, Mixed Methods, Clinical Trial Management, Knowledge into Action and History & Philosophy of Evidence-Based Health Care

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How to engage your students in your teaching, with Archie Cochrane’s help

One of the main reasons I keep coming back as a tutor on the Oxford Teaching Evidence-Based Practice course (this

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The life of a Trial Manager

‘So, what is it that you actually do?’ It’s inevitable that I’m asked that question as soon as I tell

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More EBM Resources available via the web

Looking for more?  There is plenty out there. Take advantage of the free online resources available and build on the

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Double, double, toil and trouble. Fire burn and cauldron bubble!

We’ve put together a fantastic list of things to keep you (and your family & friends) out of mischief this

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Three top tips for MSc applications

Applications now being accepted – first deadline 12 noon (GMT) Friday 23rd January 2015

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Thanks to everyone who participated in Evidence Live 2013!

First of all: thank you to everyone who came to Evidence Live 2013 and made it such a success. A

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What makes a good clinical question?

A good question is something that that someone asks when there is a clear need for information. Simple, blog done!

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What makes a good clinical question? A Fellow’s view.

Observation studies have shown that primary care physicians generate approximately 10 to 15 questions per day of practice (Covell, 1985; Ely,

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More than just learning

According to Wickepedia “The first documented handshake in human history appears on the monument of Kalhu, showing the Assyrian king Shalmaneser III and Marduk-zakir-šumi I

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Problems and Progress in EBHC

While evidence-based medicine (EBM) developed over 20 years ago to meet the needs of healthcare systems at that time, there

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