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Date: May 14th, 2019
Guest Skeptic: Dr. Michael Brown is founding chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. He is affiliated with multiple hospitals, including Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial and Spectrum Health United Hospital. Dr. Brown received his medical degree from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He has a Masters degree in Epidemiology and currently serves as President for the Association of Academic Chairs of Emergency Medicine.
This is an SGEM Xtra that was recorded at the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine 2019 (SAEM) annual meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was SAEMs largest meeting every with over 3,000 attendees.
DISCLAIMER: THE VIEWS AND OPINIONS EXPRESSED BY DR. MICHAEL BROWN ON THIS SGEM EPISODE ARE HIS OWN AND DO NOT REPRESENT THE VIEWS OR OPINIONS OF THE COCHRANE COLLABORATION OR ANY OTHER ORGANIZATION.
I took this opportunity of being together in Las Vegas for the SAEM meeting to discuss with Mike the following issues:
- What is the Cochrane Collaboration?
- Who was Archie Cochrane?
- What is the Cochrane Mission Statement?
- How has Cochrane reorganized itself?
- What was the recent Cochrane controversy?
Here is a video from Dr. Damian Rowland from the wonderful DFTB17 Conference. The presentation is called “When we get the wrong answer from the right research”. In this talk Damian discusses Cochrane.
The SGEM will be back next episode for the start of Season#8. Our goal continues to be to try and cut the knowledge translation window down from over ten years to less than one year using the power of social media (FOAMed).
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