From 10 essential papers for EBM to 10 essential paper on bias
14:00 Monday June 18th
Join David Nunan as he walks you through the 10 papers selected (and some of the ‘nearly made it’) as essential for folk starting out on an evidence-based journey, hoping to raise discussion and debate along the way. We’d also like to kick start what would make your top 10 and why for the essential papers on bias?
10 essential papers for the practice of evidence-based medicne Catalogue of Bias
David is a senior researcher and departmental lecturer, a Fellow of Kellogg College, and a senior tutor in the CEBM.
My role is divided between research, teaching and outreach activities.
As a researcher, my main focus is on the prevention and treatment of lifestyle related conditions, particularly the role of physical activity and exercise. I am currently leading a programme of work assessing the evidence-base and role of physical activity and exercise in primary care as well as methods to improve its uptake and use for patient care.
I also have a keen interest in the communication of medical and health research to health professionals, patients and members of the public. Work in this area includes development of a one-page evidence summary tool to support better-informed treatment decisions funded by the School or Primary Care Research.