Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine
Evidence-based thinking and why it matters
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One of the reasons I took the MSc at Oxford was because I wanted to make EBM friendlier for clinicians in my country.
I got more than I bargained for. I learned 3 principles of EBM: use it or lose it, practice makes perfect, and be more critical.
Dr’s Kamal R Mahtani and David Nunan open the largest EBM conference held in Lithuania.
Susanna Every-Palmer (Zanna) was initially sceptical about her suitability for our module on the History and Philosophy of EBHC. I informed her that all she required was the willingness to ask big questions and to think critically.
Things to consider in evaluating performance in Evidence-Based Medicine.
I will never read a scientific paper the same way again!
The process of using research to improve clinical practice requires a broader understanding of individual and organisational behaviours, and an ability to integrate the research evidence with existing tacit and organisational knowledge.
Career Enhancement Scholarships on Short Courses
Clinical Trial Management – w/c March 17th
Knowledge into Action – w/c June 2nd
History and Philosophy of EBHC – w/c July 14th
Mixed Methods for Health Research – w/c Aug 11th
What will the PEBM workshop do for you. Read this testimonial from Dr Ebtisam MBBCh, MScRes, ADD, DRH
The concept of doing a Masters Degree in Evidence Based Health Care intrigued me.The more I looked into it the more I thought it was the right thing for me.
All clouds – even the big ones revealed at this meeting – have silver linings.
Let me set the scene. its 3 am and our little one awoke for a feed and had a good burp before he started expressing all the signs of being tired again and ready to go back into his cot….great! we thought as we were also quite tired…..but he didn’t settle.
Observation has been the principle of empirical scientific method since Aristotle, who viewed scientific inquiry as ‘…progression from observations to general principles and back to observations’.
£3 million awarded to the University of Oxford to support progression to a wide range of Master’s courses by UK and EU students.
The intellectually stimulating environment in Oxford is hard to describe and to emulate.