Evidence Live 2015
Early Bird tickets available until January 31st 2015
The first time I heard about ‘Evidence-Based Medicine’ was at 8:03 am on a cold November morning in my first year of medical school. The professor who ran our EBM course sighed as he discussed the course objectives: understand sensitivity and specificity, learn how to calculate a Number Needed to Read more
[This blog post was written by Helen Macdonald and originally published on the BMJ Blog on 21 Jan 2015. It has been reproduced with the permission of the author and the BMJ.] A news story last week reported scepticism about whether GPs should prescribe anti-viral neuraminidase inhibitors osteltamivir and zanamivir to prevent flu in nursing home patients. Read more
Evidence Live is a partnership between The BMJ and the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine in the University of Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences.
We seek answers to the question: how can we transform healthcare for the better? This conference combines debate on the latest issues with education and practical skills development.