My view on what counts in healthcare
Health risks of MedApps – How I helped MHRA to do its Job
How I helped to MHRA to police Health Apps If you Googled ‘skin cancer’ two weeks ago, you may have found a health app, Mole Detective, on Google Play that Read more…
Do we really need a reporters’ guide to rheumatoid arthritis?
As far as I know, RA is a disease with well-established therapy that is becoming increasingly uncommon – and am curious to know the rationale for paid-for publication in a Read more…
A way forward for quality peer review
July 31, 2014, BMJ
Blind faith that the publication of medical research in peer reviewed journals elevates a study to the status of “the evidence,” and therefore “the truth,” may be on the wane among those in the know. But for the public, and a vast number of doctors, this “naïve and misplaced” credulousness persists.
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