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The CEBM YouTube channel contains a series of videos on teaching Evidence-Based Practice.  They are all listed on this page, but we also recommend that you visit the channel and subscribe so that you’ll hear about updates as soon as they become available.

Evidence-Based Medicine in Practice – Diagnostic Tests #1

This short video except features Dr Carl Heneghan from the University of Oxford’s Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM) talking about diagnostic tests in practice using the measurement of head circumference as a live example.

 

Evidence-Based Medicine in Practice – Diagnostic Tests #2

This short video except features Dr Carl Heneghan from the University of Oxford’s Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM) talking about diagnostic reasoning in practice.

 

Evidence-Based Medicine in Practice – Appraisal of Clinical Trials #1

This short excerpt features Dr Rafael Perera from the University of Oxford’s Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM) introducing the topic of clinical trial appraisal by way of an example from the course workbook.

 

A Clinical Introduction to a Pre-Clinical Course in Biostatistics

This video features Professor David Sackett teaching first-year medical students. This extract from early on in the video shows a clinical example which is used to engage the audience and introduce the idea of making a structured hypothesis from a limited set of data.

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