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What Colour is Evidence?

16th June 2016

During the last decade a number of EBM proponents as well as critics have addressed the ‘problems with EBM’ with devaluing words and destructive proposals. The intentions of the EBM-black Read more

Evidence Based Research Needs a SWAT

15th June 2016

Getting Research Done Right “I don’t think enough is being done to make new practitioners ask about the evidence when they are faced with “expertise” and opinion; and randomised trials Read more

Build Trials Right with Equator

8th June 2016

Clinician Initiated Trials, Can They Work? Clinical trials are done to explore whether a medical strategy, treatment, or device is safe, effective, and economical. Trials also explore which treatments work Read more

Teaching EBM – what’s the evidence?

2nd June 2016

When teaching evidence-based medicine to undergraduate students, postgraduate students or professionals I encourage all my students to think critically and ask for the evidence for whatever clinical questions they might Read more

How to get published?

25th May 2016

In the run up to Evidence Live 2016, The BMJ are running a series of blogs by the speakers at the conference discussing what they will be speaking about… The highlight Read more

Pearls of wisdom for future leaders

24th May 2016

By Peter Gill Recently I had the opportunity to attend an annual research competition which brought together paediatric trainees from across Canada. It was an inspirational event for several reasons: Read more