The lazy person’s guide to evidence

The lazy person’s guide to evidence

I’m presenting at the CDI research conference today on the subject of ‘The lazy person’s guide to evidence: Why you should never collect any data’. In essence this is a way for me to talk about running literature reviews and rapid evidence reviews. But, it will also allow me to rant a bit about the ethics of unfinished research projects and why you must write up what you do.

I’m going to do it in a pechakucha style (because that’s how hard I am!). So if you are at the conference you might get to watch something comedic later on as I stumble over rapidly advancing slides. If you aren’t at the conference, I can promise you that it all went very smoothly.

So this is what I’m going to do…

The lazy person’s guide to evidence

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