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A two-week lockdown will just delay the problem further into winter and it's time "to accept this is endemic" and prioritise protecting the vulnerable, says Prof Carl Heneghan, director of the Centre for Evidence based Medicine, Oxford University#R4Today 

"We are starting to see a move towards Sweden" says Prof Carl Heneghan of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine, University of Oxford, highlighting policies such as table service only in bars and restaurants and working from home "if you can" #R4Today 

"Every time the government sees a rise in cases it seems to panic" Prof Carl Heneghan, head of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine at Oxford University, argues that instead of trying to suppress the virus we should try to minimise the risks

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Prof Carl Heneghan, director of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at the University of Oxford, says it is safe for students to return to universities 👍🏼 Can we stop jeopardising young peoples lives for the sake of headline grabbing sound bites ⬇️

Matt Hancock has called for an urgent review into the compilation of deaths data by Public Heath England. Prof Carl Heneghan from Oxford Uni's Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, told @JustinOnWeb  about his concerns with the PHE figures #R4Today  podcast

How accurate are England’s official figures for daily Covid deaths? There are really "about 30-35 deaths per day. The PHE data is about double that" Carl Heneghan, of Oxford Uni Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, tells @JustinOnWeb  #R4Today 

@LouisShingles  tbf that particular claim is apparently true, or at least reasonable: it's from Oxford's Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, & the 8 April peak does seem to imply that infections peaked ≈16 March, when pre-lockdown social distancing measures were imposed

"The data continues to flatline consistent with hitting a peak" - the verdict from Oxford University's Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine on the latest #COVID19  deaths.

Researchers at the The University of Melbourne Centre for Health, Exercise and Sports Medicine have developed painTRAINER, an evidence-based interactive, online free program teaching effective pain coping skills to help people manage pain @Painaustralia