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They’re doing it in restaurants; in bars; in clubs; they’re even doing it at work. But what does the evidence say about the effects of vaping?
Have you ever sat in on a practice meeting or MDT, gobbling sandwiches and cakes that have appeared as if by magic? Have you scribbled feverishly in a lecture with a handy “free” pen emblazoned with a drug brand or company logo? That lanyard round your neck, what does it say again? A paper by […]
This week Robert Kemp grapples with two trials featured in Richard Lehman’s reviews in the BMJ, with a focus on surrogate outcomes.
Dannky Minkow describes a new initiative aimed at getting health care professionals to take another look at their use of non evidence-based and wasteful practices.
(Take the survey here.) S4BE is growing up. Our wonderful contributors have together written a lot of blog posts, and students and trainees in far-flung college campuses are helping spread the news about best evidence. Also, we’re on the radars of and partners with a few big organisations, and thanks to the hard work of […]
In Richard’s Reviews this week, we look at progress in sharing clinical trial data through the All Trials campaign, and the nature of patient-centred outcomes research.
Want to attend the big evidence-based conference happening next April? Well go to evidencelive.org for more details about student abstract submission!
From Richard’s Reviews, Pishoy highlights the devastating effects of Ebola from a recent article in the New England Journal of Medicine “Clinical Illness and Outcomes in Patients with Ebola in Sierra Leone” as well as give us a brief overview of the viral disease. Clinical Illness and Outcomes in Patients with Ebola in Sierra Leone […]
This time we’re looking at a couple of pragmatically designed randomised controlled trials examining the role of integrated care programmes in treating COPD.
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We have entered the 2015 UK Blog Awards education category and we need your votes!
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