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Quality decision making – a dangerous idea to fix EBM?

I am writing this blog to complement a podcast I made at the recent EvidenceLive conference in Oxford.  We were asked to propose a dangerous idea in relation to the future of EBM, and then to suggest a solution. My

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Patients need knowledge to make healthcare decisions

At some time, we are all patients, and will want to know about the potential benefits and harms of  our health care. In serious and life-threatening trauma, few of us will want to, or be in position to do this,

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