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May 14, 2018

Dr Michael Tam is a GP, Senior Lecturer at The University of Sydney, Discipline of General Practice and Founder of "Morsels of Evidence - EBM for GPs" at

Today we get into some pearls and common errors in EBM.  

- How to analyse new information for use in GP
- What online resources are good for EBM searching
- Assessing data and trials
- How we can explain concepts like relative risk reduction, absolute risk reduction and needed number to treat to patients
- Some bias in trials to be aware of e.g. changing end points, p-hacking 
- Good resources for clinicians on further EBM training
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