Why science by press release is bad, despite optimism about the findings of the Recovery trial and the role of dexamethasone in the management of COVID-19.
A fascinating talk by Jack Iwashyna (@iwashyna) on the ‘heterogeneity of treatment’ effect, what this means for the conduct of randomised control trials and how we should interpret them.
Ken Milne the author of sceptics guide to emergency medicine SGEM reviews the hottest critical care literature for 2018 2019
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Which came first – the chicken or the egg? Despite millennia of extensive research, evidential debate and philosophical procrastination the answer to this riddle still remains a mystery…or does it?
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) will claim 250 million lives world-wide by 2050, displacing cancer as a cause of death. Newer tools may hold the key…
My advice is to get any research requirements for your training program out of the way early. Or, as Prof Bristol would say, work one out to the covers on the first ball.
Founded 20 years ago by Marc Abrahams, editor of the Annals of Improbable Research, the Ig Nobel awards recognise genuine academic research and “honour achievements that first make people laugh, and then make them think”.
The ALiEM Faculty Incubator is a year-long professional development program for educators, which enrolls members into a mentored digital community of practice.
A recent paper has shown that the rise of the web correlates with decreasing importance of the journal impact factor.