Some meandering thoughts on scientific studies

3 Jun
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, Britain's first female doctor, by John Singer Sargent

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, Britain’s first female doctor, by John Singer Sargent

Some thoughts on the nature of scientific studies – what gets studied, how studies are designed, how interventions are implemented – in response to the  publication of a blog looking at a study that showed Joint Crisis Plans were ineffective.

(I’ll work the twitter conversation up into a proper blog post when I have time, and then publicise it. In the meantime, it’s here as a repository for some thoughts of mine and thought-provoking responses of others.)

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