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.
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!