Our flagship projects
Electronic Cigarettes for Smoking Cessation
Jamie Hartmann-Boyce leads the Cochrane living systematic review of electronic cigarettes for smoking cessation, evaluating the effects of ECs to help smokers achieve long‐term abstinence.
Our multidisciplinary research team are undertaking several different research projects that are impacting EBM policy and practice, across a broad range of topics, including diabetes, weight management, paramedics in primary care and COVID-19.
EBHC DPhil research
Our EBHC student research addresses critical health problems and healthcare disciplines across EBM. By facilitating the dissemination and distribution of their research, we hope to help shape the way evidence is communicated and understood, and provide a platform that supports an Evidence-based connection, and encourages others to contribute, because #EvidenceResonates.
Key research papers
Effect of oral dexamethasone without immediate antibiotics vs placebo on acute sore throat in adults a randomized clinical trial
Hayward GN. et al, (2017), JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association, 317, 1535 - 1543
Does cranberry extract reduce antibiotic use for symptoms of acute uncomplicated urinary tract infections (CUTI)? Protocol for a feasibility study
Gbinigie O. et al, (2019), Trials, 20
Fisher L. et al, (2022)
O’Mahoney LL. et al, (2022), Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism
Zheng B. et al, (2022)
The Centre for Evidence Based Medicine currently receives no core funding. Like most academic organisations, we fund the majority of our research from grants won through open competition.
We neither seek nor accept funding for our research from pharmaceutical companies or other private enterprises with relevant conflicts of interest.
Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine
Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences
Radcliffe Primary Care Building, University of Oxford
Woodstock Road, Oxford
T: +44 (0)1865 289322
E: Ruth Davis, CEBM Operations & Centre Manager - email@example.com