Phyll Buchanan – Communicating dyadic risks about drugs in breastmilk: #MatExp survey finds evidence of Goldilocks medicine.
Dr Iman El Sayed – A meta-analysis to study the effect of different neuro-protective drugs in management of critically ill patients with traumatic brain injury.
Sarah Wieten – Expertise in EBM: a Tale of Three Models.
Rev Dr Shinichi Tagami – Reducing usage of pain relievers through spiritual care, i.e. utilizing prayer, scripture reading, etc.
Dr Richard Colling – Evidence-based diagnostics in surgical pathology: a proposed model for practicing pathologists.
Dr Gene Stevenson – Dental Education: Bridging the Gap Between Clinical and Behavioral Studies.
Dr Luigia Scudeller – Knowledge and implementation Evidence-based practices among Italian nurse: a cross-sectional study.
Samantha Densem – Protocol: The BETTER Project.
Dr Amy Price and Prof Vasiliy V. Vlassov – Why paint EBM black? Purpose, power and practice in EBM.
Dr Sohil Khan – Application and retention of evidence based practice skills among students in an Australian School of Pharmacy.
Dr Luigia Scudeller – Measure-for-measure: how many outcomes do we need to measure efficacy? An overview of reviews on RCTs on sepsis and/or bloodstream infections.
Dr Annalisa De Silvestri – QUAGENS: a tool for Quality Assessment of GENetic Studies in systematic reviews. A proposal.
Dr Hend ElSayed – The effect of dental extraction on increased facial height in adults: another empty systematic review.
Dr Fran Toye – How can we effectively involve patients and public in qualitative systematic review? An example using an interactive poster.
Moacyr Nobre – Food choice determinants based on a constructivist approach for the secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease.
Dr Jong-Wook Ban – Are needs for a new cardiovascular prediction rule clearly assessed in derivations? A mixed methods study of derivation studies included in the International Register of Clinical Prediction Rules for Primary Care.
Amanda Hakala – Mapping the clinical translation of successful and unsuccessful neurological drugs.
Moacyr Nobre – Evidence based clinical decision support systems.
Dr Marcin Waligora – Are benefit and toxicity data well reported in pediatric phase 1 cancer trials?
Dr Hongyong Deng & Dr Shangua Liang – Classification of Interventions in Traditional Chinese Medicine
Moacyr Nobre – Risc factors for coronary artery disease in patients with reumatoid arthritis: systematic review.
Dr Emilija Todorovic – Diagnostic Accuracy of Bethesda System for FNA cytology evaluation of thyroid nodules: practical application of the multi-level test likelihood ratios.
Naomi Fearns – What patients and the public want from patient versions of clinical guidelines: findings from the DECIDE project.
Dr Clive Adams – @Cochranecollab – almost one year of postings. A survey.
Dr Christopher Winchester – Professional medical writing support and the quality of randomized controlled trial reporting: a cross-sectional study.
Bruce Hugman – A woman is not like a man: why risk communication for women is a whole new game.
Dr Maria Congedo – Slow Medicine campaign. Doing more does not mean doing better: from plan to action.
Siân Jones – The Graduate Evidence Assistant – taking the guesswork out of knowing what works.
Dr Sandra Vernero – Do physiotherapists’ practice follow an evidence-based approach? A survey.
Alison Turner – How is evidence valued and applied in system transformation?
Dr Guylene Theriault – SEKMED: a practical tool truly permitting the use of evidence at the point of care.
Dr Maria Congedo – Implementing Choosing Wisely method in an Italian hospital.
Dr V Abeysuriya – Is the length of hospital stay in the private sector longer if the patient has insurance?
Yen-Fen Hsu – Does xylocaine jel reduce the pain and discomfort during nasogastric insertion in home nursing patient.
Krystyna Joyce – Kazakhstan National Medicines Formulary: building an evidence-based culture using expert resources and networks.
Please take a look at the highlights video from 2017 and listen to podcasts recorded during the event.
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