This blog explains what allocation concealment is & why it’s important, in terms of preventing researchers from (intentionally or otherwise) influencing which participants are assigned to a given intervention group.
Ashline takes a look at ethical assessments and considerations in randomised controlled trials and cluster randomised controlled trials.
Danny takes us on a tour of the Evidence-Based Medicine Pyramid and the wonders within.
Casper takes a look at the IDEAL Collaboration and evidence-based surgery.
Danny takes a look at Lifestyle Redesign®, a program that promotes mental well-being across community-based living elderly in a cost-effective manner.
Danny has reviewed the US Cochrane Center’s online course that aims to help you understand the basics of evidence-based healthcare and why it’s important.
Ammar takes a detailed look at CEBM’s evidence-based resources!
Adam takes a look at possible treatment for chronic shoulder pain, through critical appraisal of a randomized control trial.
Physical therapy student Rachel, reviews an article looking at improving walking ability post-stroke.
At one point in time, I could not tell you what the most fatal and common adult motor neuron disease is. That is because I knew nothing about Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or ALS until just a few years ago.
Kat’s article review discusses Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis a progressive disease involving degeneration of motor neurons in the brain and spinal cord and what muscle exercises can help patients.
GATE (Graphic Approach To Evidence Based Medicine) is a simplified diagram that is used to explain any quantitative study; from an RCT to a cohort.
Anna reminds us of the value of observational evidence in low income countries.