Is this the end of monitoring in type 2 diabetes? Too much medicine

  More intense monitoring makes no difference to outcomes in type 2 diabetes and costs a lot more, but not everyone agrees on what should be done in practice. Carl Heneghan,  Ben Goldacre Glucose self-monitoring with automated feedback messaging in type 2 diabetics not taking insulin makes no difference to patient outcomes and costs a lot […]

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Twelve rules for writing a blog for BMJ EBM Spotlight

  These notes are for anyone considering posting a blog on BMJ EBM Spotlight, but especially for those with little or no previous experience of writing blogs. Carl Heneghan, Jeff Aronson Keep it simple  Tackle only one problem or issue. Tell the reader why it is interesting and important. If it doesn’t interest YOU, write […]

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BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine – Join the Editorial Board

We are changing the way the journal looks, feels, and operates. In order to do this well, we would very much like your help in delivering relevant, trustworthy, and impactful evidence-based content to as wide a range of frontline health professionals as possible.   We are planning to publish original evidence-based research, insights and opinions […]

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