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Carl Heneghan
Prof of EBM , Director , Editor in Chief of , NHS Urgent Care Doc & all things evidence
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Carl Heneghan 23h
If we can spend £12 billion on test and trace we can fund laptop’s for every child in school -
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Sean Martin Oct 23
Among all the noise and hysteria, excess mortality stats become ever more important and revealing
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Carl Heneghan Oct 23
Interpreting excess mortality in England: week ending 9 October 2020
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Carl Heneghan Oct 23
Covid in Scotland: Sturgeon to set out five-tier alert system - can someone explain to Nicola the law of diminishing returns
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Carl Heneghan Oct 22
Why isn’t there any in-depth analysis from gov’t to work out what is going on? The question of spillover from the young is not as straight forward as advisors make it out to be.
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Mamas Mamas Oct 21
Our analysis led by studying changes in CV procedure activity in England during pandemic with et al. We estimate in 45,000 less CV procedures vs this time last year
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David Spiegelhalter Oct 20
another fine article on the importance of acknowledging uncertainty in communications by , Frank Sullivan and advise that "admissions of uncertainty in such communications is regarded as a strength"
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Carl Heneghan Oct 20
What the distribution of the test positive cases reported on Tuesday, 20 October looks like
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Carl Heneghan Oct 20
There’s one thing we can all do in this fiasco - support our local businesses
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Alistair Haimes Oct 19
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Margaret McCartney Oct 19
free access to little paper on communicating risk and uncertainty information to people during covid . conclusion, more honesty about uncertainty is warranted
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Carl Heneghan Oct 20
200 days and more of lockdown suggests it ain't working: Psychological trauma of longest lockdown mounts in Buenos Aires as Argentina passes 1m cases
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Carl Heneghan Oct 20
I'm Sensing a shift in direction: 'Scarred for life': Sage experts warn of impact of Covid policies on the young warned ministers “several” times about the risks to people in this age group but believe they were “brushed aside”.
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Carl Heneghan Oct 20
ONS update: No sign of a second wave up to 9th October: 'In Week 41, the number of deaths registered was 1.5% above the five-year average (143 deaths higher).'
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Carl Heneghan Oct 20
In Week 41, the number of deaths registered was 1.5% above the five-year average (143 deaths higher).
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Carl Heneghan Oct 20
and GM leaders pointing out the essential need for clear, accurate information -
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Carl Heneghan Oct 20
The secrecy and spin surrounding Greater Manchester’s hospital figures’
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Carl Heneghan Oct 18
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Carl Heneghan Oct 17
Covid cases in Manchester are not out of control. Let's leave Andy Burnham alone
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