|EBM Live 2019 - Wednesday July 17th|
“For ech of hem made oother for to wynne: a history of conflicts of interest in medicine from Chaucer to the age of Trump”
Isabelle Boutron – Spin or distortion of research results Jeanne Lenzer – The astonishing, maddening, and sometimes hopeful things I’ve learned from 17 years of reporting about bias in medical
The time has come to strengthen conflict of interests by developing a statement that clarifies what should be declared in what contexts; what should be permissible in research, what shouldn’t be; in education what should be the norm, and in practice how should the public be made aware of interests that can distort decision making.
Stephen Bradley, Doug Altman Scholar set out the need for a real EBM Manifesto that prioritises actions that can be delivered for better healthcare. As part of the Doug Altman Scholarship
Reproducibility has many different facets, but all of them build a sense of trust for scientific evidence. Trust is essential for using evidence for healthcare decisions that matter. Most evidence