“We shouldn’t be listening to scientific opinion when there’s a dearth of evidence.” @UniofOxford Prof of Evidence Based Medicine@carlheneghan says we are currently seeing “a frenzy around policy” as differences arise in how to approach #covid restrictions #Newsnight
"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
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 ⬇️
The controversial research paper, published in BMJ Evidence Based Medicine, looked at 48 studies Prof Jack James acknowledges his report is observational, so can't prove anything definitively But he claims tea and coffee are best avoided
If a picture is worth a thousand words, take a look at this graph. It's from the newly formed Society for Evidence Based Gender Medicine, a group of 100+ clinicians from around the world.
We've prepared the first Ayurvedic-clinically controlled, research, evidence & trial based medicine for COVID19. We conducted a clinical case study&clinical controlled trial, and found 69% patients recovered in 3 days & 100% patients recovered in 7 days: Yog Guru Ramdev, Haridwar
We've followed all procedures to manufacture the medicine (Coronil). We applied for the licence based on classical evidence of the compounds used in the medicine. We worked on the compounds&put out the results of the clinical trial before people: Patanjali CEO Acharya Balkrishna
The England and Wales chart, compared with the previous 50 years shows this is not a normal seasonal flu Carl Henegan, professor of evidence based medicine at Oxford university, says: "I don’t think we’ve ever seen such a sharp upturn in deaths at that rate"
OUR NEW PAPER on HOMEOPATHY We found that GPs who prescribe homeopathy are more likely to be bad at evidence based medicine, on a huge range of other prescribing behaviours.