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Evidence-based thinking and why it matters
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Keeping it real: evidence-based competence among GPs

“Can anyone tell us how we use a calculation of ‘Likelihood of Help versus Harm’ (LHH) to incorporate patients’ values

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Introduction to EBM

One Day Intro to EBM Workshop Dates TBC This one day workshop is aimed at clinicians, health care professionals and researchers

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Ten Principles of Good Prescribing - J K Aronson

  The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Clinical Pharmacology Part 3: Choose wisely, inform, start low, and monitor Jeffrey K Aronson  

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Using systematic reviews to reduce research waste - who really cares?

The global spend on biomedical research and development is about $250 billion, so why is so much of it still

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Ten Steps to Producing a Well-Written Evidence-Based Health Care Dissertation

It’s that time of year again when Evidence-Based Health Care MSc students begin to think about writing up their theses.

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Cardiovascular Risk Scores

Global cardiovascular risk assessment in the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in adults: systematic review of systematic reviews Lead author

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Why clinical trial outcomes fail to translate into benefits for patients

  Why clinical trial outcomes fail to translate into benefits for patients Carl Heneghan, Ben Goldacre, Kamal R. Mahtani Clinical

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EBHC Students Awarded Kellogg College Academic Merits

Two MSc in EBHC students – Dr. Khamis Elessi and Matthew Oxman – and CEBM Research Fellow Dr. Igho Onakpoya have been

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Launching two new MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care Programmes

On Tuesday 21st February, we held an event at St Anne’s College, Oxford, launching our two new MSc in Evidence-Based

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Improving drug regulation when medicines are suspected to have caused deaths

Drug regulatory authorities sometimes withdraw medicines from the market when they are suspected to have caused deaths – but when

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Complex reviews and health economics: what’s the connection?

“Health is bad for you. That’s what many economists believe” – Richard Horton, Editor of The Lancet   This kind

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Expanding evidence-based methods courses for health care professionals

“Evidence-based health care has taken root as one of the central pillars of modern medicine. The delivery of health care

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A CRASH course on the importance of systematic reviews in healthcare

“The notion of systematic review – looking at the totality of evidence – is quietly one of the most important

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OpenPrescribing – new measures now available

We’ve been spending some time at OpenPrescribing designing a set of new measures to identify interesting variations in prescribing behaviour

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