How should we teach evidence-based medicine in the 21st century?
Evidence-Based Health Care · 21 minutes ·

How should we teach evidence-based medicine in the 21st century?

Dr Gordon Guyatt provides a guest talk on how we should teach evidence-based medicine in the 21st century This free guest lecture is part of the Teaching Evidence-Based Practice module, part of the Oxford University Evidence-Based Health Care (EBHC) programme.

About the speaker: Dr Gordon Guyatt is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University and one of the founders of Evidence-Based Medicine. He has played a key role in over 30 major clinical studies (including both large-scale observational and randomized trials) and has extensive expertise in study methodology. As co-founder and co-chair of the GRADE working group, he has been intimately involved in the development and evolution of the GRADE approach.

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