Evidence Based Birth has a new article evaluating the evidence on the safety/risks of going past your due date.
Evidence Based Birth has a new article looking at the evidence on whether of not labor should be induced if mom’s water breaks at term with no contractions.
Did you know that there is a nicely annotated guide to the literature on home birth? Published by the University of British Columbia Midwifery Program, it is an open source document divided into the following categories: Section A Best available studies on planned home birth and maternal fetal outcomes. Section B Studies exhibiting problems with
So what if this article is geared towards what scientists wish politicians knew about science? It’s still a fantastic list, and I see misunderstanding of these principles all the time. Have a read and see how many of these you understand! Top 20 Things Politicians Need to Know About Science
The Cochrane Collaboration offers a free online course covering the basics of evidence based medicine. I plan on taking it for sure, anyone want to join me for a little accountibility?
I have been using a sloppy system in One Note to organize all my references. I recently discovered the service Mendeley, and someday……down the road, I will migrate all my citations over there. I love the idea of collaboration and being able to access and add to it from my iPhone or iPad!