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Institute for Musculoskeletal Health 12h
.’s SHaPED trial team receive an award for Health Research & Innovation at the 2019 Quality Awards
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Nikki Fairhall gave us an update of the work of the Inclusion and Diversity committee today, including results from the Institute culture survey
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Kelsey Chalmers 18h
Out today: with discussions of and costs ongoing, we took a look at the info funds are providing online through their out-of-pocket estimates: 1/
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Interesting results of a formative evaluation on how interverventios can be designed and evaluated for delivery at scale.
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David Hunter 24h
Nortryptiline does not provide clinically meaningful benefits for pain in knee
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Cathie Sherrington Nov 9
Such a great paper! Thank you and team!
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Frank Harrell Nov 11
New video presentation on R for graphical clinical trial reporting:
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Institute for Musculoskeletal Health Nov 11
Choosing Wisely aims to reduce waste in health care. But when societies mainly look for waste in fields other than their own, their recommendations are likely to have less impact. For the full story, read here: 9/
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Institute for Musculoskeletal Health Nov 11
Eg. the Australian Rheumatology Association recommends against knee arthroscopy (a procedure performed by surgeons). Meanwhile, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons do not recommend against arthroscopy, but instead recommend against providing insoles for OA. 8/
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Institute for Musculoskeletal Health Nov 11
Overall, only 20% of Choosing Wisely recommendations target income-generating procedures. But most of these recommendations DO NOT come from the society who members are involved in providing these procedures. There seems to be a lot of finger pointing going on 7/
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The study aimed to see if recommendations on income-generating procedures (eg. orthopedic surgery, radiotherapy, caesarean sections) are coming from the professional society that provides these procedures, or from other societies 6/
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Today, an analysis of 1293 Choosing Wisely recommendations provided robust data to support this concern 5/
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Since the campaign started there has been concerns that professional societies avoid recommending against care provided by their members, and instead focus on care provided by others 4/
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To take part in the campaign, professional societies publish recommendations relevant to their members…or so they are meant to. 3/
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Choosing Wisely is a global campaign that aims to start a conversation about low-value healthcare across professions, but professional societies seem reluctant to start the conversation about care that affects their members bottom line. 2/
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Do choosing wisely recommendations about low-value care target income-generating treatments provided by members? See below tweetorial to find out 👇👇 1/
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Chris Maher Nov 11
Dodgy treatment: it's not us, it's the other lot, say the experts. So who do we believe? via
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Joshua Zadro Nov 11
Dodgy treatment: it’s not us, it’s the other lot, say the experts. So who do we believe? Check out our Conversation piece on the Choosing Wisely campaign here 👇👇
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Toby Smith Nov 10
Incentives for recruitment & retention in clinical trials. New scoping review out with useful recommendations. Still much to learn it seems.
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PEDro Nov 10
resource – how to use a diagnostic test accuracy paper
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