Dr. Soumyadeep Bhaumik, longtime EBR member in healthcare businesses magazine – on the need for evidence based research in India for Plotting the Long Road to Recovery of Healthcare Research
“BMC Systematic Reviews” have made a call for papers: Automation in systematic reviews. Series Editor is Professor Joseph Lau. “Systematic Reviews” invites you to submit to our new thematic series, … Continue Reading →
Cochrane is delighted to announce the full launch of all nine modules of its new online introductory training course on how to conduct systematic reviews of interventions. Cochrane authors and … Continue Reading →
Thanks to Jong-Wook Ban “Evidence-Based Research” is now an entry on Wikipedia.org. Link to the Wikipedia page here.
Kavli Trust, a Norwegian foundation, has used systematic reviews to help them decide which research projects to fund. “The trust would accordingly urge all institutions and funders to give greater emphasis … Continue Reading →
An argument within evidence-based research is that it is not enough that clinical research is valid – it also has to be of value for society and the scientific community. To create value we need … Continue Reading →
Together with the REWARD Alliance the Evidence-Based Research Network presented the need to increase value and reduce waste in clinical research. The session focused particularly on the importance of using … Continue Reading →
It is important that the incentives to reduce waste in research is present as early as possible in the research process. Thus funders and regulators – like ethics committees – … Continue Reading →
The article «Bad Footnotes Can Be Deadly» in Slate Magazine argues how your choice of citations matters.
We are pleased to welcome two new members to our Steering Group – Caroline Blaine and Jennifer Yost. Caroline is Deputy Head of Content at the BMJ Knowledge Centre. Her interest in … Continue Reading →