What I learned from Evidence Live 2017: Fixing the “E” in EBM

On the longest (and probably hottest) day of 2017, Evidence Live kicked off at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford. Professor Carl Heneghan, new Editor-in-Chief of BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM), opened the conference with the EBM manifesto which recognizes problems in research evidence and proposes actions needed to tackle these problems. This is my summary […]

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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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