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Oxford CEBM presentations

Posted on 25th April 2014 by

Learning Resources
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We’ve previously reviewed the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine’s (CEBM) tools for Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) in a previous blog: Centre for Evidence Based Medicine tools: step by step. In this review we’re going to talk about another invaluable part of the centre’s resources.

The Oxford CEBM presentations are the perfect place to start if you have an EBM-related presentation coming up; all the Centre asks is that you acknowledge the respective authors.

What are they going to do for me?

If you’re like me and sometimes have a hard time finding where to start an EBM presentation, or if you just feel you need some inspiration; this is probably one of the best places to look.

Is it going to take time?

The titles are pretty self-explanatory and some of the presentations come with notes attached but the actual audio is not available; only the Powerpoint presentation so you might have to fill in some of the blanks.


A wide range spanning the most important EBM topics:

  • Critical Appraisal
  • Finding Evidence
  • Systematic Reviews
  • Diagnostic Studies
  • Study Designs

A large collection of presentations from top notch lecturers and EBM pioneers; a great resource that will make your life easier the next time you need to prepare a presentation.




Ammar Sabouni

Hi! I'm Ammar! Originally from Syria, I'm quite interested in EBM, and I dabble a little in research; a very vague statement I know, well final year at medical school and still trying to figure out what it is I really like about all this. Add me and msg me, lets chat facebook.com/amm.sab twitter @amosabo View more posts from Ammar

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