The Precision Evidence Podcast is the podcast for those in healthcare interested in finding, evaluating, and using medical research that is meaningful to patients. Hosted by Dr. Kim Kristiansen, M.D. - Twitter: @KKristiansenMD A family...
The Precision Evidence Podcast is the podcast for those in healthcare interested in finding, evaluating, and using medical research that is meaningful to patients.
Dr. Kim Kristiansen, M.D. https://www.linkedin.com/in/kim-kristiansen - Twitter: @KKristiansenMD
A family physician with 30 years of clinical experience, a peer reviewer for medical journals, and former TEDMED research scholar
J.G Staal https://www.linkedin.com/in/jgstaal - Twitter: @HealthyEvidence
Work in the field of Data Analytics & Data Science. Interested in clinical research as a caregiver and having a hard time making sense of research and, in particular, understanding what is relevant and clinically significant
- We want to focus on evaluating clinical research and finding outcomes that are meaningful to patients and applicable to the individual patient. That is what we call Precision Evidence
- HealthCare is based – or rathe depends - on research. Still, the quality and meaningfulness of the findings and the trials and how they are designed and run are often not relevant or useful from a clinical perspective.
- What if any health decision would rely on clinically relevant and meaningful information applicable to the individual patient? That’s easier said than done, so this podcast aims to discuss and explore both the need and the ways to find this information / separating the news from the news from the fake news, if you will. Unfortunately, this information can be tough to find. It is not sufficient to read the abstract of a medical paper, let alone the headline or a recap. And even though you can screen a paper by Its abstract - it is crucial to dig deeper into the paper.
- Evidence in Evidence-Based Medicine has a different meaning in healthcare than in everyday life
- Not clinically relevant clinical research is a big problem
- In the Precision Evidence Podcast, we will focus on finding clinically relevant and meaningful research applicable to the individual patient.
- We will analyze published research and have conversations with people in the field like healthcare professionals, researchers, patients, and caregivers, investors, payers, politicians, regulatory authorities; the list of stakeholders is long
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