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Evidence Live 2016 – The Momentum is Building

27th October 2015

By Peter J Gill Evidence Live 2015 was a resounding success. Delegates and speakers from around the world descended on Oxford for two days of provocative keynotes, engaging workshops, networking

Evidence Live and Kicking (Part 1)

8th October 2015

“Evidence based medicine: a movement in crisis?” That 2014 editorial by Trisha Greenhalgh and colleagues echoed through the hallways leading up to this year’s Evidence Live conference, on now at Oxford University.

Evidence Live 2015: Plenty of food for thought

27th May 2015

Evidence Live 2015 took place at the Oxford University Examination Schools on two surprisingly sunny days in April.  There were lots of fantastic talks from a range of speakers providing

Evidence Live 2015 – Reflections

20th April 2015

On April 13th and 14th 2015, academics, clinicians, patients and policy makers gathered at the University of Oxford for one of the world’s premier Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) conferences. Fuelled

A Rare Opportunity

16th April 2015

As a full-time teacher, it is relatively rare that I get the opportunity to go to teacher conferences, let alone the chance to attend an academic science meeting.  As a

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)