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It would be fair to say that I’m an over-enthusiastic science teacher. I seem to have a complete inability to
The paper by Dobson et al shows just how far certain parts of the pharmaceutical industry and its key opinion
Are you in health care? Then you should read “Being Mortal”. Do you take care of people with terminal illnesses?
In 1994 Sir Muir Gray, who was then director of NHS Research and Development for Anglia and Oxford Regional Health
Happy 2015! I hope Christmas 2014 was a good one. It was my daughters 2nd Christmas and I loved watching
The Purpose In previous research experiences at McMaster University, Canada, the London School of Economics, United Kingdom and the
Happy New Year to you all. With the blank page of 2015 ahead of us, we thought we would reflect
It’s 1947. The Labour Government is planning a new National Health Service, and Nye Bevan announces that each hospital in
An offshoot of the increased prevalence of overweight and obesity is the proliferation in the market of weight loss supplements
Ana Cristina Castro Ana is currently a student in the MSc in Evidence-based health care in the University of Oxford.
Another year has flown by at the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine. The last 12 months have been jam-packed with successful
If you are poor, live in a bad area and are overweight there is a high chance you would have been prescribed something.
Carl Heneghan As 2014 comes to an end, I thought a recap of the achievements of the AllTrials campaign this
By Dr. Bethany Shinkins (with help from her little elves) Use the following clues to help you find all
To London, to celebrate 50 years of the Yellow Card scheme . The scheme, which was started by the erstwhile Committee