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Viva La Evidence - Instruction to clinicians to critically interpret evidence - light-hearted video

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by Bob, Nov 7, 2013.

  1. Bob

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    This is a light-hearted but serious instruction to doctors to get their act in order...

    I suppose it's also an observation about the democratisation of information, and how power should lie with the information/evidence rather than with individuals who proclaim to know best.

    Many of you who read research papers and interpret research results will be familiar with many of the terms used.

    Think 'PACE trial' while watching. Enjoy!


    Viva La Evidence

    "a 21st century clinician who cannot critically read a study is as unprepared as one who cannot take a blood pressure or examine the cardiovascular system" (BMJ 2008;337:704-705)

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUW0Q8tXVUc

     
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