A network for students interested in evidence-based health care

Students 4 Best Evidence Partners

Students 4 Best Evidence is an initiative supported by Cochrane and Cochrane UK.

Link to Cochrane website

Link to Cochrane UK website

 

 

 

 

We have also been supported by several Cochrane Centres around the world through their translation work and general support and promotion.

Students 4 Best Evidence partners support the work of the community and help share our content through their networks. If your organization or group would like to know more, please email us: general@students4bestevidence.net.

 

Link to Trip logo websiteLink to Cochrane Rehabilitation website

Link to NIHR Evidence

 

   

 Link to Generation R websiteLink to Studentu Moksline DraugijaLink to Health Watch websiteLink to testing treatments websiteLink to International Institute of health Sciences websiteLink to Sense about Science websiteLink to Ainshams Medical Students Research Association (AMSRA) facebook pageLink to Centre for Evidence-based Health CareLink to physio guru websiteLink to ideal collaboration websiteLink to CASP websiteLink to Radboud Annals of Medical Students website Link to MSA-Indian website page

Link to Oxford Brookes University

Link to Radboudumc website

Link to Amsterdam medical student journalLink to National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools

Link to Campbell Collaboration website

Link to Methods in REsearch on Research website

Link to UCD School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems (Dublin)

Link to RedNube website

 

Link to HIFA website

 

 

Link to Facebook page for Asociación de Estudiantes de Medicina Para Proyectos e Intercambios de la Universidad de Guayaquil
Link to PRO-EBP website

Campaigns S4BE Support

Students 4 Best Evidence have signed up in support of Sense about Science’s  Ask for Evidence campaign:

“Every day, we hear claims about what is good for our health, bad for the environment, how to improve education, cut crime, and treat disease. Some are based on reliable evidence and scientific rigour. Many are not.

These claims can’t be regulated; every time one is debunked another pops up – like a game of whack-a-mole. So how can we make companies, politicians, commentators and official bodies accountable for the claims they make? If they want us to vote for them, believe them, or buy their products, then we should ask them for evidence, as consumers, patients, voters and citizens.

This is geeks, working with the public, to park their tanks on the lawn of those who seek to influence us. And it’s starting to work.”

Click here for more information:

Link to Ask For Evidence campaign

 

We also support the All Trials campaign, have you signed the petition?

“Thousands of clinical trials have not reported their results; some have not even been registered.

Information on what was done and what was found in these trials could be lost forever to doctors and researchers, leading to bad treatment decisions, missed opportunities for good medicine, and trials being repeated.

All trials past and present should be registered, and the full methods and the results reported.

We call on governments, regulators and research bodies to implement measures to achieve this.”

Click here for more information:

Link to AllTrials website

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