Evidence-Based Health Care Bulletin

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EBHC Bulletin Michaelmas Term 2020
Lead Article: We hear from one of our students taking the MSc in EBHC Medical Statistics, Nicholas Nyaaba, about his experience on the course, having recently completed his dissertation. Professor Mike Clarke also shares his experience of teaching modules, Systematic Reviews and Randomised Controlled Trials, fully online for the first time.

EBHC Bulletin Trinity Term 2020
Lead Article: As we continue to adjust to the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic, our academic team have done an amazing job adapting modules for full delivery online. MSc EBHC student Red Miguel,  reflects on the positive experience of completing the Meta-Analysis module in the new format. A number of EBHC academic colleagues have also been making regular contributions to our Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine’s Oxford COVID-19 Evidence Service. Examples of this important work are included in this edition.

EBHC Bulletin Hilary Term 2020
Lead Article: What does it take to be a leader in Evidence-Based Health Care?
by Dr Kamal Mahtani, Course Director MSc in EBHC Systematic Reviews and EBHC Leadership, Deputy Director Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine

EBHC Bulletin Michaelmas Term 2019
Lead Article: Kamal Mahtini explores how the increased uptake of Systematic Reviews to inform Health Care policy, brings particular challenges for academics.

EBHC Bulletin Trinity Term 2019
Lead Article: How to turn your Msc Dissertation into an Academic Paper
by Dr Anne-Marie Boylan, Module co-ordinator for Qualitative Research Methods.

EBHC Bulletin Hilary Term 2019
Lead Article: How can we get value-based health care
by Louise Hurst, Module co-ordinator for Health Care Value

EBHC Bulletin Michaelmas Term 2018
Lead Article: Advanced qualitative research methods in Evidence-Based Health Care
by Dr Veronika Williams, Co Module Coordinator of Advanced Qualitative Research Methods module and Director of DPhil in Evidence-Based Health Care

EBHC Bulletin Trinity Term 2018
Lead Article: Three reasons why you should learn how to do qualitative research
by Dr Anne-Marie Boylan, Module Coordinator of Qualitative Research Methods.

EBHC Bulletin Hilary Term 2018
Lead Article: Update from the MSc in EBHC Medical Statistics
by Dr Richard Stevens, Course Director MSc in EBHC Medical Statistics

EBHC Bulletin Michaelmas Term 2017
Lead Article: Systematic reviews in policymaking: where to start?
by Dr Kamal Mahtani, Course Director MSc in EBHC Systematic Reviews, Deputy Director Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine

EBHC Bulletin Trinity Term 2017
Lead Article: The Value Transformation by Sir Muir Gray

EBHC Bulletin Hilary Term 2017
Lead Article: A CRASH course on the importance of systematic reviews in healthcare
by Dr Kamal Mahtani, Course Director MSc in EBHC Systematic Reviews, Deputy Director Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine

EBHC Bulletin Michaelams Term 2016
Lead Article: Why a medical statistics MSc for clinicians and other healthcare professionals?
by Richard Stevens, Course Director MSc in EBHC Medical Statistics, Deputy Director Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine

EBHC Bulletin Trinity Term 2016
Lead Article: Evidence based mentoring for “aspiring academics”
by Dr Kamal Mahtani, Course Director MSc in EBHC Systematic Reviews, Deputy Director Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine

EBHC Bulletin Hilary Term 2016
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EBHC Bulletin Michaelmas Term 2015
Lead Article: Bias - alive and kicking
by Dr Kamal Mahtani, Deputy Director Centre for Evidence Based-Medicine

EBHC Bulletin Trinity Term 2015
Lead Article: Evidence Live 2015: Plenty of food for thought
Dr Annette Plüddemann, Course Director MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care and co-ordinator of Evidence-Based Diagnosis and Screening

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