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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Can you cure HIV? HIV isn’t a death sentence anymore. People can live long lives with the virus in their body, as long as they have the right combination of drugs. But some researchers want to take the fight against HIV and AIDS even further... John Frater 02 May 2018
2 Making trials more efficient: Trial Forge and how you can help Trials are important; very often they are also inefficient. Trial Forge aims to improve trial efficacy by identifying and then filling gaps in trial methods research. Shaun Treweek 10 Jul 2017
3 What has EBM done for healthcare? Professor Carl Heneghan gives a talk for the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine podcast series. Carl Heneghan 22 Oct 2015
4 Creative Commons A Welcome to the Programme in Evidence-Based Health Care Dr Carl Heneghan, the Director of the Centre of Evidence-Based Medicine, gives a brief welcome to the Programme in Evidence-Based Health Care. Carl Heneghan 07 Feb 2013
5 Creative Commons An introduction to the Masters in Evidence-Based Health Care Sharon Mickan, a Knowledge Translation Fellow in the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine, gives an introduction to the Masters in Evidence-Based Health Care. Sharon Mickan 07 Feb 2013
6 Creative Commons Protection and the ICRC Public Seminar Series, Hilary term 2013. Seminar by Pierre Gentile (ICRC) recorded on 23 January 2013 at the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Pierre Gentile 24 Jan 2013
7 Medical Anthropology at Oxford: Autopathographies - How 'sick lit' shapes knowledge and the illness experience This presentation by Dr Rachel Hall-Clifford (Primary Health Care, Oxford) was delivered at the conference Medical Anthropology at Oxford: 10 Years at the Intersections. Rachel Hall-Clifford 25 Jul 2011