Thursday, December 1 2016 at 7:00PM
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St. Aldates Tavern
108 St Aldate's
Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine
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Please note the earlier start time of 7PM
The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine will give their views on some of the misdemeanours and misunderstandings in evidence in 2016 that directly affect you and your health, and their wishes for what could be done differently in 2017.
Henry Drysdale will give an update on tracking trial outcomes after visiting virtually every sceptics in the country. Sarah McNeill will inform us about the latest in missing research, AllTrials and what trials trackers can do about the problem of publication bias. And Elizabeth Spencer will give insights into the CEBM’s latest project with the BBC about discovering the truth behind commonly held claims of effectiveness.
The evening will be chaired by Ben Goldacre of the EBM datalab and audience participation will come from the CEBM based at the University of Oxford.
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