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Time-dependent bias in observational studies of oseltamivir

18th February 2015

[This blog post was written by Dr Mark Jones and originally published on the Originally posted on the cebm blog  on 11 Feb 2015. ] Time-dependent bias is not an issue in randomised studies as treatment (including placebo)

The Good, The Bad & The Unsure

19th January 2015

Happy 2015! I hope Christmas 2014 was a good one. It was my daughters 2nd Christmas and I loved watching her running around excitedly with all her new wrapping paper,

Register now for Evidence Live 2015

12th December 2014

Don’t miss out register for Evidence Live 2015 and join a growing community of Researchers and Health Care Professionals pushing the boundaries and developing the evidence to enable the provision of better health

Carl Heneghan

Carl Heneghan: Evidence based medicine on trial

8th December 2014

Evidence based medicine (EBM) should form the foundation of effective clinical decision making; however, growing unrest—and an awful lot of criticism—suggests the evidence bit of EBM is increasingly part of

The best tweets of Evidence Live 2013

17th November 2014

Here are some of our favourite picture embedded tweets from #Evidencelive 2013, which reflect the diversity of the event. Tweets inlcude, Mike Rawlins concluding thoughts, Peter Wilmhurst and the MIST

Where next for evidence based healthcare?

17th November 2014

I have taken this opportuntiy to post the 2013 editorial I co-wrote with Fi Godlee, Editor in chief  of the BMJ (see the BMJ 2013; 346 doi: A BMJ