Blogs

I maintain (periodically) a blog on wordpress. I follow a number of other blogs.

My Blog

Glucosamine and Chondroitin (Wed, 03 Nov 2010)
I have bad knees (too much running). I have used glucosamine in the past and indeed still have some in the cupboard. It seems I have wasted my money. But I am not alone and the global sales of glucosamine … Continue reading →
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CURE (http://www.nejm.org/doi/pdf/10.1056/NEJMoa010746) (Sun, 24 Oct 2010)
So I have been thinking about relative and absolute risk recently. In cardiology we make decisions that are “evidence-based” and we are fond of quoting relative risk. But the reality is that the differences we make with each treatment change … Continue reading →
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Bad Science

Bad science is a great blog by a medic tearing apart baseless claims about medicines and alternative medicines in the media.

Evidence to House of Commons Sci Tech Select Committee on Research Integrity (Tue, 05 Dec 2017)
Sorry not to be in regular blogging mode at the moment. Here’s a video of our evidence session to parliament, where they are running an inquiry into research integrity. I think clinical trials are the best possible way to approach this issue. Lots of things in “research integrity” are hard to capture in hard logical […]
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How do the world’s biggest drug companies compare, in their transparency commitments? (Thu, 27 Jul 2017)
Here’s a paper, and associated website, that we launch today: we have assessed, and then ranked, all the biggest drug companies in the world, to compare their public commitments on trials transparency. Regular readers will be familiar with this ongoing battle. In medicine we use the results of clinical trials to make informed treatments about […]
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Bill Crounse

Addressing OneDrive for Business Enterprise Concerns to Enable Rollout – Michael on the Go (Wed, 18 Jul 2018)
The other day I had a conversation with a customer’s IT, Security, and legal folks. During the conversation the customer, who was just starting their deployment of Office 365, stated that they were considering shutting OneDrive off until they had a chance to get their arms wrapped around the service and roll it out in...
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Deliver Rich Live Events for Corporate Training Using Teams – Modern Workplace Tips (Wed, 18 Jul 2018)
In the Live Events series I opened with a quick discussion of Live Events use cases (see Office 365 Live Events Use Cases – Michael on the Go). In this 2nd video of the 5 part series I demonstrate what it takes to set up and deliver a rich Live Events webcast using nothing more than...
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