Why you too should be writing for Students 4 Best Evidence
Medically unexplained physical symptoms. The notion of physical symptoms having no medical causes is not an old one; when is it really a Somatoform disorder and what is the best treatment? Two new Cochrane reviews help answer the question.
The relationship between Shared Decision Making and EBM; two separate disciplines or not? Read Ammar’s piece on this subject and have your say.
Missed the event? Don’t worry. Here you have another chance to go through the workshops and the edits.
The UK Cochrane Centre has been kind enough to help us choose our Wikipedia Week topics and set a task list, Ammar tells us more.
Richard Lehman is a brilliant academic primary care physician who writes a weekly review of all the big journals; a number of our star bloggers (Pishoy, Nathan, Norah and Yamama) have taken the time to blog Richard’s Reviews for patients and students.
Ready to get involved with editing Wikipedia? Read Ammar’s guide.
The Cochrane Collaboration announced earlier this year a partnership initiative with WikiProject Medicine; a Wikipedia project, read more here.
August 8 is #DyingToKnowDay, an annual day of bringing to life conversation around death. Ammar tells us a bit more about it.
Have you been asked to present some slides on an evidence-based topic? This blog can help!
Ammar takes a detailed look at CEBM’s evidence-based resources!