Inferring Policy from Experiment was the title of a workshop held at the University of Kent on 15 May. There were three speakers:
Last week we held a conference at UCL to mark the end of our first School Volunteering Programme – ‘Your Health, Your Evidence 2017‘ – and what a resounding success it was too! Attended by mixture of A-level school students, teachers, academic staff and university students, this conference was a way of both giving back and gaining feedback from the programme’s participants (see right, “if you plan it, they will come” – Clarke, 2017).
The whole afternoon went like so… (more…)
Have you recently finished your PhD, or are about to finish? Are you interested in carrying out research in the field of ‘medical methodology’?
Last week, there was a very interesting, and very wet, conference on Causation and Complexity in Sydney. This was the 10th Munich-Sydney-Tilburg Conference in the Philosophy of Science (MuST10). Some of the talks related to EBM+ and RWT. Before I introduce these talks, let’s review the difference between EBM+ and RWT: