So a couple of weeks ago I was having a look at the BMJ infographic Low back pain and sciatica: a summary of NICE guidance. I noted the following, “do not offer acupuncture”:
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Digitised by the Wellcome Historical Medical Museum” (now just known as the “Wellcome Collection”), which I had the pleasure of visiting this week History of Scottish Medicine - text / interactive scanned images
For all Any resources that don’t require a student address / student confirmation etc General Radiopaedia Free, online radiology reference Zero to finals Free resource, summarises key concepts
BMJ Open published an article in 2013 that explores treating patients who live with chronic conditions: in this case, focusing on T1D in particular. Sparknotes version: Patients with long-term conditions can (and do) find themselves battling the Dr’s ego in the consulting room.
SBM has a shedload of articles primarily focused on EBM and anti-quackery. This article caught my attention recently (warning, it’s 4 years old). Brief: naturopaths asked to mark own homework, goes as well as you’d expect.