Testing Treatments interactive
Promoting critical thinking about treatment claims
A 32-slide presentation on misleading advertisements and FDA warnings prepared by PharmedOut.
Misleading Ads & FDA Warnings
Unsubstantiated Superiority/Overstatement of Efficacy Claims. An implication is made that a drug is better or more effective without supporting scientific evidence
PharmedOut is a Georgetown University Medical Center project, that advances evidence-based prescribing, and educates healthcare professionals about pharmaceutical marketing practices.
Six key slides produced by the University of Western Australia on applying evidence in practice.
This module introduces the key concepts required to make sense of statistical information presented in research papers.
GET-IT provides plain language definitions of health research terms