A bit of a public involvement mash-up including that idea for an NHS Civil Society Assembly

So here's my unsubstantiated personal theory. It is that one of the root causes of the problems besetting today's NHS' is our failure to pay proper heed to the growing crisis in accountability and responsibility that has been a feature of our increasingly complex health system over the last seventy years.  From almost the day... Continue Reading →

How evidence empowers consumers…from the Cochrane Collaboration

The Cochrane Collaboration has just launched a new website which explains how systematic reviews work, and the ways in which consumers can use the Cochrane reviews to inform decisions about their own health. Entitled 'YourHealthNet' there are some very honest and candid appraisals of the usefulness of Cochrane reviews, how the evidence can be both empowering but also... Continue Reading →

Regulators push openness agenda on raw trial data…and EUPATI issues call for examples of educational materials on medicines development

Yes, that is a long headline is it not?  PharmaTimes and others cover a paper in PloS Medicine authored by a number of medicines regulators including the European Medicines Agency (EMA), calling for openness in raw trial data. The three pronged approach they suggest looks like a good basis for discussion.  It would be interesting... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: