David looks at some of the latest health stories in the media.
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
Webinar given by Martin Burton, Director of the UK Cochrane Centre, on the addressing uncertainties in treatment decisions. He also suggests some good books and websites.
David writes about the UK Government’s recent plans to introduce health checks.
David takes a look at health in the media. This week from America, when he’s meant to be on his holidays.
David takes a look at the evidence behind health news in the media. 20th June.
David explains risk and number needed to treat using an article from the New England Journal of Medicine
David takes a look at the evidence behind the good, bad and ugly of medical news in the media. Week 2- 13th June 2013
David takes a look at the evidence behind the good, bad and ugly of medical news in the media. Week 1-6th June 2013
This tutorial covers how to use appropriate statistical tests and what are confidence intervals and how do you use them.
This is a tutorial that looks at the statistical basis of randomised controlled trials, the theory behind meta-analyses and how to read a meta-analysis
This is an information skills tutorial that provides the opportunity for students to learn more about searching for information
AllTrials, putting the evidence back in evidence-based medicine.