Sense About Science are partners with S4BE. Find out from their Campaigns & Policy Officer Chris, why we should all be asking for evidence.
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Open Access Button is an online tool to help the public deal with the frustration of encountering journal paywalls by mapping out incidences of paywalls and finding Open Access alternatives. This blog explores its background and its beginnings.
David looks at some of the latest health stories in the media.
Observational research is an important method in evidence-based medicine, especially when it is performed to support or assess effectiveness results from randomized controlled trials. An unwanted (but not always observable) confounder in observational research is confounding by indication and should be eliminated from the research design when possible for the results to be meaningful. Let’s find out what this confounder is!
David blogs about Open Access. The practice of free, online, immediate access via the Internet to peer-reviewed scholarly research with full re-use rights
Please have a look at this inspiring video about changing education paradigms. What do you think of it?
Evidence-based medicine is not just about applying a systematic review letter for letter – but the ‘art’ of evidence-based medicine is in applying the science.
Click here to read more about Graeme’s experiences as a newcomer to Cochrane, at this year’s Colloquium in Quebec.
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Because of the increase in health care costs and the limited available resource costs, economic evaluation becomes more important in daily practice. What do we have to know for an economic evaluation?
The second set of plenary talks included topics relevant to students, such as evidence-based medical education.
Randomise Me enables you to generate your own randomised trial of questions relevant to your job, studies or life. Click here to find out how and why you should try it!
Videos of the plenary talks from the recent Cochrane colloquium are available online. Alice has had a look at some of the key points raised in the first session.