Safe and effective drugs: the need to use all the available evidence to inform the effectiveness of commonly used medicines
Professor Carl Heneghan will talk about his involvement in Tamiflu research that led to the discovery of 170,000 pages of clinical study reports, the subsequent development of Alltrials he was involved in and the current epidemic of publication and reporting bias that plagues much of the current research evidence.

Carl Heneghan, Professor of Evidence-Based Medicine, employs evidence-based methods to research diagnostic reasoning, test accuracy and communicating diagnostic results to a wider audience.

This talk is being held as part of the Practice of Evidence-Based Health Care module which is part of the MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care and the MSc in EBHC Systematic Reviews. Members of the public are welcome to attend.
Date: 14 October 2019, 17:30 (Monday, 1st week, Michaelmas 2019)
Venue: Rewley House, 1-7 Wellington Square OX1 2JA
Venue Details: Lecture Theatre
Speaker: Prof Carl Heneghan (Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine)
Organising department: Department for Continuing Education
Organiser: Robin Beachy (University of Oxford, Department for Continuing Education)
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Part of: Evidence-Based Health Care Programme
Topics: Health--Research, Medicine, Health
Booking required?: Recommended
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Cost: Free
Audience: Public
Editor: Robin Beachy