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*along with a few extras (for instance the 2018 Cochrane Colloquium conference illustration and unpublished comics)

Introduction


Ce que ce livre n'est pas
Régulation des dessins
Ce webcomic n'existe pas
Quelques sources non scientifiques du savoir
Percevoir l'efficacité de quelque chose
Astuces de navigation
Préférences du patient

Systematic reviews


Revues systématiques : Qu'est-ce?
Revues systématiques : Bénéfices et avantages
Revues systématiques : Risques et limites
Revues systématiques : Evaluation de la qualité (Amstar modifié)
Revues systématiques : Evaluation de la qualité (estimation brève)
Revues systématiques : Exemple qualitatif CD011787
Revues systématiques : Développements futurs
Revues systématiques : Importance des résultats
Revues systématiques : Evaluation de la qualité (applicabilité)
712 - Systematic reviews: Selective versus routine episiotomies for vaginal birth CD000081
799 - Revues systématiques : Le recours sélectif à l'épisiotomie par rapport au recours systématique pour l'accouchement par voie basse CD000081 [Translation=comic 712]

How to seek, find and obtain research articles


Créer une question de recherche (PICO)
Où chercher un cookie
Obtenir un cookie
Obtenir un cookie (2)
Anatomie d'un cookie
Rechercher l'information santé
Types de questions de recherche en santé
Quelques outils de traduction
Outils d'aide à la décision clinique au chevet du patient
519 - Searching with Pubmed Clinical Queries
524 - Ask your librarian
526 - Searching on the Tripdatabase
883 - Pubmed AND operator

Qualitative research


Recherche qualitative : Exemple points de vue de parents vivant en Suisse sur la vaccination

Randomised controlled trials


Essai contrôlé randomisé : Exemple (remplacement de routine des cathéters intraveineux)
Essai contrôlé randomisé : Exemple (les larves pour les ulcères veineux aux jambes)
Essai contrôlé randomisé : Exemple (Amoxicilline pour les infections des voies respiratoires)
502 - Randomised controlled trial: H1N1 influenza vaccine safety
521 - The CONSORT statement
1137 - Risk of bias assessment in a randomized controlled trial: Loci method

Miscellaneous research studies


763 - Rapid research and implementation priority setting for wound care uncertainties
764 - Etablissement des priorités de recherche pour les incertitudes relatives aux soins de plaies [Translation=comic 763]
818 - Core Health Outcomes In Childhood Epilepsy (CHOICE): Core Outcomes Set selection study protocol [Translation available online]
850 - Aggregated n-of-1 trials of central nervous system stimulants versus placebo for paediatric traumatic brain injury
863 - Les stimulants du système nerveux central par rapport à des placebos pour les traumatismes crâniens chez les enfants : essais individuels (n-of-1) combinés [Translation=comic 850]
979 - Towards understanding the de-adoption of low-value clinical practices: a scoping review
1048 - Prevention and management of unprofessional behaviour among adults in the workplace

Early concepts


Méta-analyse : Conceptualisation
Etude de cas : Concept
Evaluation par les pairs (peer-review) : Concept
Limitations
Facteur d'impact
Médecine fondée sur les preuves (EBM)
Outils d'aide à la décision
Cadrage (framing) d'informations
Une référence scientifique
Risque relatif et absolu
Auto-évaluations
Un échantillon
Conflit d'intérêts
Conséquences imprévisibles
Echelles de mesure
Groupe de lectures, journal clubs
Rétractation
Méta-analyseur
Sources primaires et secondaires
Directives anticipées
Certitude incertitude et risque
Groupe de comparaison
Notification sélective
Médecine basée sur l'éminence
631 - What did this core outcome set become?

Advanced concepts


Degrés de liberté
Heuristique de disponibilité, Dr House
Projet Alltrials
Hétérogénéité : Concept
Définition opérationnelle
Intervenant aveugle
Etude pragmatique/explicative
Recommendations CONSORT-STROBE-etc
Sensibilité et spécificité
Fidélité inter-évaluateurs
Retractionwatch
Niveau d'analyse
Journaux prédateurs
Effet tiroir et biais de publication
Critères de substitution
MeSH et vedettes-matière
Statistiquement significatif
James Lind Alliance
Facteur d'impact bidouillé
Analyse en sous-groupe
Risque absolu et relatif
Retournement des résultats, spin
Qualité des preuves
Différence minimale cliniquement importante
Puissance statistique (concept)
Critères composites
Pubpeer, révision après publication
Non-infériorité
634 - Studies cut into pieces and salami slicing
669 - Likelihood ratios (LRs), what are they for?

Scientific research illustrations


Guerriers sans dents
Graphique hors contexte
Approximations successives
Outils statistiques
Résultats pratiques pour tous
Conseiller Facebook
Les étudiants participent à la recherche
Recherche passionnante
Publication de thèse
Compétition de lecture
Chercheur, un métier risqué
Dessiner les vacances
Le VIH oublié
Sondage en ligne pour enseignants
La meilleure réponse c'est je ne sais pas
Stratégie des problèmes enregistrés
Lire nager et écrire
Suivi du protocole
Pokémon go et l'effort
Se questionner pour oublier
Termes non régulés
Les articles de la NASA en libre-accès
Où s'arrête le copyright?
Courir pour courir pour gagner du poids
J'aime sans agir
Nouveautés scientifiques
Plaquettes médicales
Considérer sa propre inefficacité
Réplications masquées
Médicament miracle
Décisions difficiles pour un médecin
Les styles d'apprentissage
Learning styles [EN]
Biglobby
Recherche fondée sur les valeurs
Pas de pub, merci
Arrêtons enfin de chercher
Impliquer les patients en recherche
S'informer des recommandations et s'adapter
Diagnostic trop précoce
Réplication avant de partager
Un médicament ne suffit pas
Les yeux dans la liste à cocher
Ne pas demander ne pas obtenir
Patientément correct
Impossible il n'y a pas de preuves
Théories et cours vestigiaux
Sans effets indésirables mesurés
S'adapter au contexte
Les influences des patients sur la recherche
Récolter les questions cliniques
Publier puis passer à la suite
Déplacer l'hypothèse
Barrière linguistique
Rendre neuf l'ancien
Bible des soins
Temps a disposition
Pouvoir d'indépendance
Réputation universitaire
Un surdiagnostic pour tous
Aide plus ou moins à la décision
Il y a une application pour cela
Recertifications
Effets indésirables de ce webcomic
Importance clinique
Se fier aux mots
Elargir un diagnostic
Scepticisme modéré
Valeurs arbitraires
Une question clé
Efficacité perçue par le prix
Rester actif contre la maladie
Lectures en salle d'attente
Caractéristiques initiales incomparables
Stabiliser l'édifice scientifique
Résumé bref (abstract)
Dé-médicalisation
L'éducation et les vaccins
Essais marketing
Payer pour payer pour savoir
Option ne rien faire
Journée anti-diagnostic
Enseigner le mesurable
Simplicité
Données publiquement modifiables
Propriétés spécifiques
Anti-paternalisme
Critères de consensus
Explications visuelles intégrées au site
Charge de la preuve
Limite de détection des anomalies
Module complémentaire Intoxstop
Financement participatif
Transparence excessive
Badges de qualité
Formé au retrait de diagnostic
Négliger les critiques
Cet examen qui change tout
Facteur émotionnel
Jargon scientifique
Petit détail en plus
Surplus d'éducation
Médicaliser la normalité
Patients participants
Examen clinique au smartphone
Communauté scientifique
Trop, pas assez, suffisamment de soins
Suivi long-terme des patients
Contexte à une étude positive
Innovations frugales
Anciens standards
Conséquences légales surdiagnostic
La nature s'en fiche
Pratique jamais évaluée
Comparaisons de risques
Médicament de dernier recours
Coquilles de syntaxe
Risques des gênes protecteurs
Choisir avec soin Canada
Formation continue Twitter
Une nouvelle étude montre que
Concours informatif
Calendrier des concepts clés
Le patient numéro 1
Modification des objectifs
Demander les preuves, mais sur quoi
Suggestions du médecin pour la consultation
Diagnostic top secret
Avis externe indépendant
Dieu a fait cette étude
Dans un journal réputé
Efficace sur les souris
Pourcentages et références
Allégeance du chercheur
Test automatisé pour étudiants
J'aurais préféré qu'il se taise
Recherche au fusil à pompe
Effets long terme connus plus tard
Faites moi confiance avant la publication
Large augmentation d'un faible risque
Courage l'éléphant pharmacien
Tous les traitements se ressemblent
Marche pour la science
Chercher les licornes
Evidencealerts McMaster
Pressions forcées
L'étude a eu un impact
Recherche humoristique
Critique = douteux?
Réfléchir sur ses pratiques
Critiques merci

Limits of scientific research


Revues systématiques incomplètes
Trop d'articles
Le pouvoir des commentaires
Etudes arrêtées prématurément
L'évaluation sacrée
Barrière des langues
Consensus non scientifique
Science et politiciens
C'est négatif c'est ennuyant
Célébrités et impact
Wikipédia source du savoir
Temps alloué pour communiquer
Equilibrer un article
Croyances olympiques
Publier ou périr
Trouver une source fiable
Citer le véritable contenu
Sensationnel visible et raison oubliée
Qualité plutôt qu'extravagance
Simplifier pour partager
Pire que l'absence de recherche
C'est ce qui est écrit
La science c'est trop compliqué inutile d'essayer de comprendre
Faire remarquer les erreurs
Expert un jour expert toujours
Paradoxe du public mésinformé
Barrières casse-cul
Point de vue patient
Ténacité enseignante
Epuiser les pairs
Licence professionnelle
Listes noires
Les vieux experts
Chercher au bon endroit
Espace pour les détails
Auto-citations
Mélanger pommes et oranges
Rétractation sans détails
Préserver la réputation
Effets indésirables publiés
Partage gratuit des données
Recommandations biaisées
Abus sans conséquences
Négligence des intervales
Corrections invisibles
Hypoallergène
Transparence et cohérence des données
Financement sous condition
Aveugle aux résultats
Dilapider les ressources en trop
Planification des accidents
Action-réaction politique
Examen non prédictif
Adhérence au protocole
Consensus forcé
Problèmatiques has-been
Distinguer un souvenir ou un mythe
Conclusions détournées
Révolution numéro 545
Risque génétique
Un large bénéfice
Se protéger au dépend des autres
Tests diagnostic subjectifs
Refus du partage de connaissance
Evalués sur la quantité d'articles
Le chiffre le plus grand
Patient difficile ou autonome
Sauter les étapes
Réactions différentes à la même critique
Cartels de citations
Réussir avec succès
Balancer les prédictions incorrectes
Recherche du miracle
Une réalité si ennuyante
Honneur à mon pays
Suivez notre protocole
Excès de bienveillance
Je ne sais pas ce qu'on a fait
Financement sélectif
Provenance de l'échantillon
Pressions irréalistes
Alerte travail cité
Justificatifs variables
La science se corrige
Direction non spécifiée
Faites les remarques oralement
Conflits d'intérêt chez les patients
Procès ou silence
Est-il fondé sur les preuves?
Ils doivent s'y connaître
Echelles multiples
Titres des études
Nous gardons nos données
Que mesurez-vous au fait?
Je ne suis pas expert mais je sais lire
Bloquer toute comparaison
Contient des substances actives
Questionnaire oui non subjectif
Nous investiguons
Trop connu pour être incorrect
Combinaisons statistiques douteuses
Manipulation des étudiants
Nouvelles molécules
Nous n'avons pas fait ce que nous venons de faire
Mesurer les connaissances
Payer pour corriger
Liste à cocher incomplète
Placebo masqué identifiable
S'informer des besoins avant de chercher
Coût de la vie
Légère modification du test
Mauvaise option recommandée
Théorie et pratique
Sens des questions
Témoignages clés
Meilleures pratiques actuelles
Partager ou avoir la gloire
Reproductions limitées
Fausses recherches
Acquittement du copyright
Travail de recherche
Embellir un manuscrit
Futur impact
Choisir un évaluateur
Attendre prend trop long
Expert total autonome
Comme les autres
Suivre les meilleures pratiques
Conditions progressivement irréalisables
Recherché à côté
Enfouir dans les documents supplémentaires
Les analyses vont tout corriger
Recommandations floues
Quelqu'un devrait se pencher sur le sujet
Définitions étranges
Testé sur des personnes en bonne santé
Liste incomplète
Standards variables
Volontaires en trop bonne santé
503 - Studies show it is a bad idea. Stop doing the studies?
504 - Data sharing statements
506 - Citation counting heuristic
508 - We never retracted a study
543 - Trial registries said different things
544 - Disclose ALL risks to the study participants
547 - Is this PDF the most up-to-date version?
554 - Give us immunity against getting sued
555 - Long-term treatment based on short-term data
564 - Unreported demographics
566 - Try checking everyting and you'll see the problem
568 - Evidence would make no difference
569 - How will you handle poor participant recruitment?
570 - Nobody wanted our "negative" journals
576 - Predatory journals can be attractive
577 - Borderline gibberish
580 - Conclusive results would be terrifying
582 - Should we start all over again every single time?
584 - Evidence does not speak for itself
586 - The error was corrected but only partly
589 - Pre-req for research
590 - Impossible standards
600 - Try assessing their methods
611 - Research can be expensive
619 - Knowing what doesn't work is only a step towards progress
694 - Information specialists, the great knowledge organizers
697 - I'll stay in this trial by all means
714 - The cheapeast study design we will select
717 - Exclusion criterias were chosen at random
718 - When systematic reviews disagree with eachother
719 - Additional files are available online
720 - Conceptual study reproduction
722 - Who followed the manual?
724 - Peer reviewers had expertise, but which kind of expertise?
736 - "We followed the CONSORT checklist"
741 - On the day French and English met
751 - Arbitrary inclusion criterias
773 - Spread things out or keep things in one place?
786 - It took some time to typeset the manuscript
804 - Research regulations are supposed to work
822 - We only have 10 hours to write this guideline
823 - Who has more time for research?
824 - Few words difference, large difference (search strategy)
834 - Guidelines can't involve everyone
835 - "I won't publish in a scientific journal" he said
862 - Contact the study authors
865 - Research is too slow
868 - We should measure just one more thing...
879 - Multicenter trial regulations
880 - Too few participants to do anything
969 - Data sharing is easy when colleagues are involved
981 - Reviewer 1 asked for it
1015 - Recruitment was slow
1151 - There is enough unreliable data

Disseminating and using research results


Streamer de méta-analyse
Dissémination de la recherche
Science ou résultats
Science et médias
Abonnement scientifique
Graffitis alternatifs
Argumentation émotionnelle
Exemple d'iconographie scientifique
Mangas diabétiques
Cancéraphine et chimiothérapin
T-shirts explicatifs
Concours de correction
Sainte Sophia, fête de la recherche
Enseigner dans la rue
Un essai sans finalité claire
Site web de confiance
Accès limités
Puissance Twitter
Présentation équilibrée
Traductions brèves
512 - Let's play LEGO randomized trial
530 - Nudging colleagues to use EBP websites
715 - 50 journals a day is enough
884 - Stop explaining your work, researchers!
938 - Nobody draws health recommendations, dissemination idea

False beliefs


La crainte des substances chimiques
Super-correcteur
Etudes préliminaires
Autant ignorer ce que l'on sait déjà
Littérature scientifique ignorée
Recherche hors laboratoire
Avis minoritaire représenté
Une récente étude ... résultats alarmants ...
Ca n'est pas naturel
Nombre de citations
Question de recherche cadeau
Les scientifiques, des gens bornés
Recherche au naturel
Je sais très bien que ça marche
Plus de recherche, encore plus de recherche
Un test de plus au cas où
Les virus ne font pas de distinctions
Eviter les fausses-croyances
Quantifier la santé
Nouvelles gratuites ET de qualité
Moyennes faussées
Moyennes non représentatives
Se mettre à jour IMMEDIATEMENT
Sujet perçu comme controversé
Tout le monde le fait
Personne n'y croit de toute manière
La ligne arbitraire
585 - Statistical significance and clinical significance clash

Biases and fallacies


Préjugé de déconfirmation
Boucher les trous
Biais historique
Biais des survivants
Erreurs d'attribution des souvenirs
Ad hominem
509 - Post-hoc logic and inadequate theories

Exercises


L'habit ne fait pas le moine
Rechercher un article déjà connu
Exercice de compréhension et de mémorisation
Exercice : Citer un article raisonnablement
EX Explications alternatives et variables parasites
EX Symboles en recherche
713 - Train recall
1090 - Pubmed search game

Miscellaneous


Epistemologie des fêtes
Couverture 01
Formation en recherche
Evaluation critique des dessins
Docteurs invulnérables
Trop féminine pour le métier
Conversations atypiques
Geek ou scientifique?
Insomnie idéale
Augmenter un prix acceptablement
Paperasse médicale
Processus de création
Campagnes contradictoires
Surplus et manque de temps
Traducteur pour Cochrane
Normal pathologique
Paranoia envers les critiques
Expliquer avec une BD
C'est pour le moral
Bénévole chercheur
Eviter un médicament
Pas de traitement, une BD
Apprendre par coeur
Plutôt lire que la télévision
Alternatives manquantes
Jamais tort, jamais d'erreurs
Suivre sur Facebook
Tout ce qui ne fonctionne pas
Donjons et santé
Inutile d'en rajouter
Se méfier des BD
Vous évitez les cancers
La réalité reste la réalité
Coûts des corrections
Penser encore et encore
Petite erreur invalidante
Plus de tests
Patient surinformé
Faites les recherches pour nous
Rassurer le médecin
Sensibilisation totale
Coûts irrécupérables
Pas de médicaments
Choisir le traitement
Soins injustes
Journée typique
Parler sexualité
Régularité du contenu de plantes
Dire quoi faire ou informer?
Nommer un effet
Participation récompensée
Auto-contrôle
Symptômes aux limites subjectives
Eviter de ne rien faire
Nouveaux consommateurs en santé
Moins pire option
Blamé sans motif
Diagnostic à tout va
Relecture par un enfant
Personne souffrant de...
Dites-moi ce que j'ai
Corrections invisibles
Bonne étude sans critiques
Le maître a dit
Au secours, il nous faut une étude
Conflits d'intérêts du dessinateur
Ethiquement correct là-bas
Quelles études illustrer?
Selon mon expérience
500 - Journalists should know when a study is about mice
501 - The consequence isn't much of a deterrent
505 - Anomalous anomaly maybe
507 - A diagnosis that makes anxious
510 - What does "could" mean for you?
511 - If I could have a superpower...
513 - The Science of Cookies is a pilot trial
514 - Based on poorer standards than the evidence you reject
515 - Strategies when searching for a differential diagnosis
516 - Reimbursed as a surrogate for effectiveness
517 - A matter of priorities
518 - Symptom checkers [Untranslated & Retracted]
520 - I can't do that without a computer program
522 - Experimental booklet
523 - Streamlining experimental research involving comics
525 - Which source is it?
527 - Sources don't matter anyway!
528 - Is it faster or better that you want?
529 - MORE NEW, NOW, NEED!
531 - Classes on how to change your mind
532 - You can think of it with a probability
533 - Population level uncontrolled experiments
534 - Experimental devices in your body
535 - Where does this certificate come from?
536 - They forgot how to search the day before they learned
537 - Using a diagnosis for profit
538 - The cause of death is only part of some stories
539 - Getting rid of the knowledge to practice gap
540 - Can you get this information without technology?
541 - Which scale to use to measure this?
542 - Copyright boundaries
545 - Explain your job to a 5 years old
546 - I have experience by proxy
548 - Looking for magic
549 - Should we ask for consent?
550 - What will you do with this test result?
551 - Uncertainty was left to grow
552 - Nepotism among funders
553 - Shorter manuscripts, shorter time until publication?
556 - A preliminary diagnosis stayed for years
557 - Individual items matter when you assess study quality
558 - Long-term treatment for someone with a short prognosis
559 - Pointing out problems leads you to trouble
560 - A third of it is references anyway
561 - When you complete your studies the secret will be revealed
562 - The diagnostic threshold will change only a little bit
563 - How subjective can a fracture be?
565 - Referrals were made thoughtfully
567 - Publishers asked for my rights
571 - Too many drawings
572 - Minimum article lenght explained
573 - Who needs to know what for shared decision making?
574 - The mechanism of action is "I don't have any idea"
575 - Highly effective at reducing [a risk]
578 - Certainty of the evidence, what words did they use?
579 - Strategic control of potential study participants
581 - N-of-1 research and advanced directives [untranslated]
583 - Scarcity can be opportunity
587 - Poor study design or poorly used study design?
588 - Great evidence but maybe a bit late
591 - Publish results within a year or else...
592 - Critical appraisal is to use sparingly
593 - We know results already
594 - Learning everything about medicine will take forever
595 - Giving to charities with what specific intentions?
596 - Explaining treatment options wasn't expected
597 - Please do research and good luck doing that
598 - Treatment rationale
599 - Test to test some more
601 - Too much of a critique
602 - Cherry picking results
603 - Slowing growth surrogate measure
604 - "Studies", "studies", "studies", but what kind of studies?
605 - What part of the confidence interval did you look at?
606 - Results hidden in plain sight
607 - Screening for this disease stopped being useful
608 - We all have unfounded beliefs
609 - All experts can look stupid
610 - The ethics of NOT NOT doing research
612 - Time spent learning stuff you won't need
613 - This unfair comparison was intended
614 - Survival isn't everything
615 - Shorten the medical curriculum (here, I've said it!)
616 - What does a doctor look like?
617 - Documentaries made to keep your attention
618 - Pragmatic lesson content
620 - Accuracy mattered not
621 - Flashcards from The Science of Cookies
622 - Numbers mean something
623 - Looking for research or looking for answers?
624 - Each lesson is part of a trial
625 - "Evidence based" what do you mean?
626 - Feedback excessively delayed
627 - Procrastinating spaced learning
628 - Try correcting a printed piece of paper
629 - Teach what is based on the most reliable evidence
630 - Pressuring for hope
632 - Treatment is effective given [conditions adequately followed]
633 - Can't be done until it has been done conundrum
635 - Draw here
636 - What does it mean when a journal endorses something?
637 - Sue your enemy until he/she/they gives up
638 - Effectiveness is only a part of the decision
639 - Test to learn, test to teach
640 - Some topics get more funds than others
641 - What did this conference abstract become?
642 - Waiting on the ethics committee's decision
643 - Call your study what it actually is
644 - What's in it for me?
645 - Subtle conflicts of interests and good manners
646 - It doesn't work saves money
647 - Readers might benefit from a stop & think
648 - Do you need to read everything?
649 - Made too simple
650 - Surprising study exclusion criterias
651 - Known unknown variables
652 - Publishing study results could be easier
653 - Only a lifetime left to draw
654 - Evidence based practice does not have to be a one-man activity
655 - What is the purpose of giving you this diagnosis?
656 - A treatment is on the horizon (but you shouldn't expect it)
657 - Keeping track of what I read
658 - Kill what's sacred
659 - It might take a number of books before you find this insight
660 - EBM Bulletin boards within hospitals
661 - Incidental findings and their prognosis
662 - Bad news, you will die
663 - Excellence within the team
664 - Governments depending on industry
665 - How do the comics relate to eachother?
666 - Screening until the end of times
667 - New points of views welcome (or not)
668 - Standards differ between fields of research
670 - Analyze until you get what you want
671 - Entry tests killed innovators
672 - Fake conferences, true costs
673 - Sustainable changes of practices
674 - On the many ways to analyze data
675 - Make it look rubbish to publish in rubbish journals?
676 - Why did you learn science?
677 - Only so much you can do with limited continuing education
678 - Remove outliers and run the test again
679 - Unequal author contributions
680 - Algorithms are biased
681 - Investing in what you decide to read
682 - "Non-significant" side effects go unreported
683 - Regular practice of EBP is required
684 - Unusual skillsets
685 - Exploratory analysis and forking paths
686 - Jargon strikes again
687 - Making thoughts on research articles public (journal clubs)
688 - I went to a predatory conference, now what?
689 - A culture against errors incentivizes secrecy
690 - Broaden your searches
691 - Rhetorics can trump evidence
692 - Automatically flawed analysis
693 - What matters to ethics committees?
695 - Librarians coming on rounds
696 - Life is an experiment
698 - Is curiosity reason enough?
699 - Alerted on new publications
700 - In the event of too much good evidence you should ______
701 - The cult of continuing education
702 - Excessively specific guidelines
703 - Test results depend on experience with the test
704 - Survival at 5 years
705 - What are French researchers citing when they do?
706 - Train rides as teaching/drawing/learning opportunities
707 - I work alone to work evidence-based
708 - Thank you for doing nothing
709 - Obsolete by default
710 - Researchers will game your metrics
711 - When guideline developers don't want to make people angry
716 - Which sources of information are you using (comics interpretation)
721 - What would be a perfect study?
723 - I am not an evidence based practitioner
725 - I will teach you how to prove magic with research
726 - Ask an outsider
727 - Authors made something simple excessively complicated
728 - More studies and improved knowledge are different things
729 - Clinical question answering services
730 - A costly search strategy
731 - Doubt is mandatory
732 - Looking for errors is still looking for errors
733 - "Prove it does not fail" did not sound fundable
734 - Pretest questions
735 - Compare with useless and claim effectiveness
737 - I'll need a couple clones to keep up
738 - Checklist appraisal killed details
739 - Conflicting recommendations
740 - Diagnos-biased
742 - Systematic reviews are easy to do they say
743 - Negative results are welcome over here
744 - Ignore all poor research strategy
745 - Highly satisfied patients
746 - Time wasted doing things for no good reasons
747 - What would you do without _______?
748 - Selective drawings to foster curiosity
749 - A well-known author
750 - The Science of Cookies file drawer
752 - The Science of Cookies is not available unless...
753 - Wait there is already a study ongoing
754 - The first step of evidence based medicine (EBM)
755 - Double-checking experts to build confidence
756 - Teaching evidence based medicine (EBM) whenever we can
757 - Give me time for research and I will know about research
758 - 85% of biomedical research might be wasted, what does it mean?
759 - If treatment cost was based on effect alone
760 - Indirect learning
761 - Everything shall be redacted
762 - Unreliable results but reliable data
765 - This alternative treatment is pretty standard
766 - Collaborate with the strongest opponent
767 - Biased continuing education
768 - Significant by the comma
769 - Who will ever notice?
770 - Subjectivity won't disappear
771 - Alternative explanations
772 - Excessively anonymous data
774 - Time well spent
775 - Not looking for alternatives anymore
776 - International catalogue of visual explanations
777 - Should you incentivize pointing out errors in the comics?
778 - When a diagnosis died down
779 - Guidelines should tell you useful things
780 - The more expensive the better I am
781 - Online disclosures of conflicts of interests
782 - Checklist used differently depending on prior beliefs
783 - Spurious associations
784 - Do my colleagues know about evidence based medicine?
785 - Use Wikipedia
787 - It's not in a scientific journal
788 - A "small" contribution to this research
789 - Every day is full of qualitative data
790 - Country-specific effects or fantasy?
791 - What is missing from this study report?
792 - Who's ready to wait for good evidence on comics?
793 - The ethics of contradictory effects
794 - Hide random things for no good reasons
795 - The Science of Cookies big red button
796 - Everything is statistically significant
797 - This illustration was done with no help
798 - Weekly EBM quizzes
800 - Not citing for political purposes
801 - Which steps of your complex intervention are based on strong evidence?
802 - It took some time to correct
803 - It is good we know about unreliable studies
805 - I prefer to know I don't know
806 - Views and website visitors are surrogate measures of impact
807 - Clinical epidemiology comics, sure!
808 - A bachelor thesis we don't want to see
809 - Simulate developing a guideline
810 - Citing studies can be a form of art
811 - Too many steps to trust the mechanism
812 - My job is taking care of myself
813 - A key study element was missing, maybe the most important one
814 - Maybe this comic meant something else
815 - My life is typical
816 - Good evidence will appear, eventually
817 - An army of potential researchers wasting their time
819 - Methods are reported in a previous publication
820 - Why are you teaching people to find poor evidence?
821 - Failproof references
825 - Enthusiastically not participating in this research
826 - Conflicts o-
827 - All study risks were considered
828 - How much of an exhaustive search was this?
829 - This reviewer has expertise
830 - Asking for the unknown
831 - Psychometric tests involve subjectivity [Untranslated]
832 - Score range unknown
833 - They learned the theory very well
836 - He published something new on his wall
837 - Children are your only chance
838 - What research is taking place in my hospital?
839 - Teach someone how to do a randomized trial and...
840 - Practices are heterogeneous
841 - Mom asked for this research
842 - Certificate or skills?
843 - The day TV series show up-to-date practices
844 - It's only a small study detail
845 - Non-standardized patient information leaflets
846 - How reliable were their diagnostic assessments?
847 - Better not to tell them
848 - Make it more complicated to hide things
849 - Clinical epidemiology illustrator
851 - You won't find the answer if you don't ask again
852 - Results so good they appear unlikely
853 - Computer tools to make research easy
854 - The editorial board has the power
855 - Measurement scales disagreement
856 - Everyone knows what "treatment as usual" means
857 - Academia clinical practice false dichotomy
858 - How was this treatment called confusion
859 - N-of-1 trials interest group
860 - Waiting for perfect evidence
861 - First authorship wars
864 - Recommendations, not rules
866 - EBM Cursus vitae unreadable to most
867 - Counting publications, count, count, count
869 - Evidence champions
870 - Corrupt the comics through feedbacks
871 - Industry gifts, be wary!
872 - Best not to
873 - Pick an evidence based profession... if you can?
874 - Colleagues' claims are based on...
875 - John PA Ioannidis Research waste Taboo card
876 - Collaboration is the future (past)
877 - Reading research killed their morale
878 - Cut training into pieces and find the useful ones
881 - Open to criticisms when it benefits us
882 - Research skills matter to those who understand them
885 - How much imperfect is okay?
886 - Errare author est
887 - Lateral recovery position [Untranslated & Retracted]
888 - Kill my enthusiasm if it gets excessive
889 - How many research questions per day per patient?
890 - An excessively well-known study
891 - A highly selective journal it would appear
892 - The way of cheaters
893 - The future will be different, but how different?
894 - The last explorers
895 - Logic is overrated
896 - Certificates can mean many things
897 - Who likes to be the downer?
898 - They couldn't have known
899 - This study will end up published no matter what
900 - Research is "only research"
901 - Website aesthetics stopped being a criteria for poor scientific journals
902 - No good alternatives
903 - It works this way, currently at least (mechanisms of action)
904 - Give me a reason to have study registries
905 - How costly will it become to stop you from doing this in X years?
906 - The first study on the subject is not the end of it all
907 - How to foster a research culture in your ward
908 - Tell students about bad research or don't tell students?
909 - I know lots but maybe I know little
910 - Some are talented at killing research efforts
911 - Evidence is available to everyone, you only need wifi
912 - "Together we are stronger" is easy to say
913 - (mis)targeted health screening
914 - Evidence Based Practice shortcut
915 - Stopping poor research illustrators?
916 - Please teach me clinical epidemiology
917 - The best statistical test in this situation is...
918 - It is not only a checklist exercise, think!
919 - A major problem somewhere somewhere
920 - There is always something to improve mindset
921 - First you need peers to peer-review
922 - Fragmented research ideas
923 - The Science of Cookies must NOT stay current
924 - Barrier to criticizing The Science of Cookies
925 - Make it more expensive
926 - "Must use research"
927 - No evidence vs it doesn't work
928 - Gifts from the industry do not influence mypractice
929 - Best or only option known to work?
930 - Compulsory reading I suggest not
931 - Trained as a research illustrator, really?
932 - Cost-effectiveness correlation?
933 - Who are you, curious readers?
934 - Treatment and indication creep
935 - What is the most important study to draw?
936 - There is never enough training
937 - Pre-diagnosis, pre-diseases
939 - Evidence Based Medicine symbols
940 - Anyone can illustrate research studies
941 - There is more thought in this than might appear
942 - Exposing lies exposes people
943 Overdiagnosis illustration [EN & FR]
944 - Using technology because we can
945 - Once revealed never concealed
946 - Don't use this statistical test
947 - What are you measuring with this scale?
948 - Over a million drawings later
949 - Interrupted thoughts
950 - Comics have a fatal weakness
951 - Clinical trial report vs study report
952 - Learning to read research comics
953 - Use judgment
954 - A journal for everyone
955 - Unknown unknowns again
956 - Suggesting improvements, who can do that?
957 - Inertia and traditions
958 - What should the drawings focus on?
959 - Shortcuts were used to decide who got funding
960 - We identified fraud and then we don't say
961 - Symbols used may matter
962 - Episode 2009, 85% of biomedical research is a waste
963 - This is too long, this is too short
964 - Deprescribing yes but I need some details
965 - It took me a year to write a 1-hour review
966 - Comics reading group
967 - Treatment advocacy gone wrong
968 - High risk, high reward projects
970 - MY DATA, MINE, PRECIOUS!
971 - It doesn't have to be personal
972 - Indirect funding
973 - Funding will come later
974 - Keep it simple, keep it cleaner than real
975 - Build a positive relationship with authors
976 - Did it not happen? Or was it not reported?
977 - Intentional errors included
978 - I'll do good science later, I promise
980 - Qualitative data [n980]
982 - Too abstract to be taught, really?
983 - History repeats itself
984 - Work within the system or build a new one
985 - Did you consider [Important Issues] in your study?
986 - Access to the literature is a meter away
987 - Correct the literature but start elsewhere
988 - Research what you can?
989 - Frustration flows into the comics
990 - Contradictory feedback
991 - Only fund the best projects, now that's easy to say
992 - MORE GUIDELINES!!!
993 - Clear for whom?
994 - Incoming disasters
995 - Defend scientists, defend the search for Truth
996 - A couple more references to add
997 - An old idea: Scientific studies to communicate research
998 - Unsatisfied people flawing your trial
999 - This illustration came too early
1000 - I won't be there forever, nor will my skills
1001 - Expensive research but good too?
1002 - Hiding plagiarism in plain sight
1003 - Research is fun depends on how you contribute
1004 - At some point maybe I should stop for the benefit of all
1005 - Prove you can draw this!
1006 - Too much of an expert to have a say
1007 - The selection of assessors was biased
1008 - Research knowledge is (potential) power
1009 - Discoveries rest on one or many
1010 - Indirect side effect
1011 - Let us show you the value of research!
1012 - Quickly done or poorly done?
1013 - This artist just failed
1014 - Overbooked with diagnoses
1016 - Old studies or old studies?
1017 - He/She/They won't collaborate
1018 - Unrelated answers
1019 - Dodging conflicts of interests is a challenge
1020 - You will need a certificate. Maybe
1021 - First to act responsibly
1022 - Asking questions with answers you might not understand
1023 - Can't dedicate this life to comics
1024 - I hear voices and they tell me "IMPROVE THIS"
1025 - Illustrators shielding themselves from industry biases
1026 - Use as you see fit
1027 - When is it too young to learn this?
1028 - Combining comics
1029 - Poor study illustration
1030 - Treasures anyone has access to
1031 - How much do you really want to know about this study?
1032 - Learning is breathing
1033 - A good story or a scientific story?
1034 - Printing research comics on your walls
1035 - Anyone can comment this illustration
1036 - Randomised controlled trial explained in a brochure [Untranslated]
1037 - Predicting what people will do with this tool
1038 - Participant coercion (unvoluntary)
1039 - Feedback > gold
1040 - Is this for university/school?
1041 - A matter of outcome interpretation
1042 - A comic for the primary investigator
1043 - Research escape room
1044 - Stats door guardian
1045 - Join the study or else...
1046 - Adventure book: Clinical trials
1047 - Trial design
1049 - Self regulation
1050 - Textbook intros gotta be positive
1051 - This is a bad source because we say so
1052 - Ghost authors
1053 - Expert in explaining how it ought to work
1054 - Without us you have no power!
1055 - Study status: progress
1056 - Pseudoscience is mandatory
1057 - Public and not so public comments
1058 - Important things first... who will be first author?
1059 - Miranda whatever warning
1060 - The more you read the less you read
1061 - Nudge, nudge, nudge, nudge, nudge, do open science
1062 - Flawed by well-meaning individuals
1063 - But why backgrounds?
1064 - Realistic backgrounds, yey or nay?
1065 - Find the 7 differences and be attentive to details
1066 - Science corrects itself when?
1067 - Thinking about you
1068 - Ancients' wisdom
1069 - Science is a team activity
1070 - Feasibility is a concern
1071 - Everyone can peer-review
1072 - EBM Rally
1073 - So they have holidays too...
1074 - It takes longer to assess than to create
1075 - This theory needs to die
1076 - A well-meaning teaching strategy
1077 - An ivory tower far away
1078 - We don't like innovation
1079 - Important but too complicated
1080 - Privacy helps
1081 - Not failing enough
1082 - If everyone was a researcher we could...
1083 - Longer life or better life?
1084 - They didn't reply to my emails
1085 - Importance varies
1086 - Supporting core ideas of research
1087 - Survival analysis of readers
1088 - What is the least you should draw?
1089 - Lead-time bias
1091 - Munchkin inspired research card game
1092 - Some comics ought to be bad
1093 - Rediscovered 30 years later
1094 - Looking for uncertainty
1095 - Conflicts not sought, not reported
1096 - How do you check my conflicts?
1097 - Bring more context
1098 - Idea builder
1099 - "Core" journals
1100 - This reviewer is known to me
1101 - Learn epidemiology during train rides
1102 - Unthankful job
1103 - Collector
1104 - "Complex" interventions
1105 - How many books before I understand?
1106 - First care, then maybe (perhaps) research
1107 - Trust your profession
1108 - Exaggerated exaggerations
1109 - Memory issues
1110 - Teach what is important to students
1111 - We don't read the same way
1112 - One more question survey
1113 - My theory is better than yours!
1114 - Free recall EBM
1115 - Expert in nothing at all
1116 - Too late to correct
1117 - Quality varies within
1118 - Research can begin at a young age
1119 - A logical preventive strategy
1120 - 2 years later everything will have to be updated
1121 - Keep it as a bad example
1122 - Learning is the easy part
1123 - A poor selection test
1124 - How to combine comics and real life
1125 - Registry entry needs clarity
1126 - ONE decision aid
1127 - Core ideas change over time
1128 - Wasting brains
1129 - Harms will come later on
1130 - How far can you get with "what ifs"?
1131 - Others would be harmed if we disclosed this error
1132 - High level of certainty analogy
1133 - Maybe I should try to be famous?
1134 - Reminder: Question your practices
1135 - What follows is the unknown
1136 - TIdieR checklist: Epic item
1138 - What does a trial cost?
1139 - Citizen scientists' hobbies
1140 - The key to nuance is?
1141 - If you do research on my comics I do research on you too
1142 - Minimally important difference in knowledge gain
1143 - Overdiagnosis illustration puzzle makes you attentive to details
1144 - Some questions take longer to answer
1145 - Question (others') practices
1146 - It becomes too easy...
1147 - But what did they check?
1148 - All he wants is attention
1149 - Can't specialize in everything
1150 - Research methodologists
1152 - Is it worth describing things in more details?
1153 - Random reference chosen
1154 - Excellent recruitment didn't suffice
1155 - Delayed impact
1156 - The Science of Cookies is ever incomplete
1157 - Dilute the outcome through many measures
1158 - Barrier to research progress
1159 - The ceiling was reached already
1160 - Publications needed for the job
1161 - Outcome myopia and unintended consequences
1162 - Upolished data is real data
1163 - Some things don't reproduce, I'm not telling you which
1164 - Impossible guarantees
1165 - Knowledge loss
1166 - Medical records for research
1167 - As far as I am aware...
1168 - "Cheating" is welcome as long as it is admitted
1169 - My week in 3 drawings
1170 - This comic is research
1171 - The game me her DOI number
1172 - Trust the evidence (but only believe the experts I show you!)
1173 - Our name matters a lot
1174 - Are other correlations spurious?
1175 - The wrong statistical test should be used
1176 - Subgroup effects with a straightforward mechanism
1177 - Participating in research could/should be made fun
1178 - Stop hiding your comics, researchers!
1179 - Conferences by proxy
1180 - His English is poor, that's why
1181 - Easy to understand for whom?
1182 - Paid to publish anything
1183 - Truth and only truth we shall seek
1184 - Unpublished proof can be refuted with...
1185 - Only money is a financial conflict, she says
1186 - I want to be randomized!
1187 - When was it last updated?
1188 - Transparent as long as it is beneficial to us
1189 - Anecdote: Drawing a study doesn't help me remember it
1190 - Evidence based practice "executioners"?
1191 - University kills my interest in research
1192 - Guidelines will change practices, or will they?
1193 - The waiting strategy
1194 - Save your field before you need to burn it down
1195 - A sweet sight
1196 - The guild of citizen scientists
1197 - Do you adhere to future standards?
1198 - A million studies for what?
1199 - Use fewer references
1200 - Who ever disagrees?
1201 - Hard to solve problems
1202 - How much lower would the costs be if...?
1203 - Comics get their author's reputation
1204 - "It was a pleasant experience" issue
1205 - Battery level critical
1206 - Research autopsy
1207 - Data not shared is data...
1208 - Staying polite
1209 - Pre-req training
1210 - Final results won't please many
1211 - Randomized controled trial ongoing
1212 - "Maybe or maybe not" study protocols
1213 - Publishing many reports based on the same data
1214 - Can't say that, my English is too poor
1215 - Pick a limitation
1216 - More and more regulations
Conference EBM Live 1
Conference EBM Live 2
1219 - The way I read changes over time
1220 - Word limits
1221 - Meta-researcher
1222 - Treat before natural history takes care of it
1223 - Unexpected effects of being a university student
1224 - Stats are easy... until they aren't
1225 - Who cares about communicating results?
1226 - Funny research comics
1227 - Randomisation table
1228 - Health authorities audit drug trial
1229 - Effective but a pain to teach
1230 - Pseudo-editor
1231 - "Waiting to be reproduced"
1232 - RetractionWatch database of retracted studies
1233 - Wikipedia and researchers meet
1234 - Post-market studies
1235 - Doubt is more affordable
1236 - My intuition is fantastic
1237 - In the shadows they shall remain
1238 - Glory for firsts, nothing for seconds
1239 - Intervention changing too quickly
1240 - Being precise is not enough
1241 - Too expensive, don't check if it works
Conference EBM Live 3 - Some thoughts on the 2018 Cochrane Colloquium
Conference EBM Live 4 - But where are you going?
Conference EBM Live 5 - Chill is the way to go
Conference EBM Live 6 - A strategic schedule
Conference EBM Live 7 - Onwards!
Conference EBM Live 8 - Travel time means drawing time
Conference EBM Live 9 - Things keep happening even when you close your eyes
Conference EBM Live 10 - You can't think ahead of all the details
Conference EBM Live 11 - An advice you should not follow
Conference EBM Live 12 - Getting to Oxford is something to celebrate!
Conference EBM Live 13 - First steps in Oxford
Conference EBM Live 14 - Getting prepared
Conference EBM Live 15 - "Only" a conference
Conference EBM Live 16 - The strength of stereotypes
Conference EBM Live 17 - First misstep
Conference EBM Live 18 - Where do I know you from?
Conference EBM Live 19 - Garside R. Qualitative evidence synthesis
Conference EBM Live 20 - Everyone can hear you anyway (or can they?)
Conference EBM Live 21 - But what should I draw, actually?
Conference EBM Live 22 - Gartlehner G. Answering questions from the public
Conference EBM Live 23 - Gartlehner G. European laws
Conference EBM Live 24 - Coffee time!
Conference EBM Live 25 - Tricco A. Looking for the right question
Conference EBM Live 26 - Tricco A. Take the time to do things well
Conference EBM Live 27 - Transition
Conference EBM Live 28 - Arienti C. Difficulties in reproducing rehabilitation interventions
Conference EBM Live 29 - Moving from room to room
Conference EBM Live 30 - "Lightning" talks
Conference EBM Live 31 - Say who you are first
Conference EBM Live 32 - Brassey, J. Better ways to find the evidence
Conference EBM Live 33 - Stephenson, T. Reducing Questionable Research Practices and Bias
Conference EBM Live 34 - Stephenson, T. Reducing Questionable Research Practices and Bias p2
Conference EBM Live 35 - Reboot
Conference EBM Live 36 - Improving the reporting of harms
Conference EBM Live 37 - McCulloch, P. IDEAL and Research Waste in the Study of Complex Interventions
Conference EBM Live 38 - McCulloch, P. IDEAL and Research Waste in the Study of Complex Interventions p2
Conference EBM Live 39 - End of the first day
Conference EBM Live 40 - Initial drawings
Conference EBM Live 41 - Allen, C. The use of evidence in humanitarian response decision making
Conference EBM Live 42 - Note taking
Conference EBM Live 43 - Is more education THE solution?
Conference EBM Live 44 - Fechtelpeter, D. Decision aids for organized cancer screening in Germany
Conference EBM Live 45 - Already too used to conferences
Conference EBM Live 46 - Vandvik, P. O. BMJ Rapid Recommendations
Conference EBM Live 47 - Vandvik, P. O. BMJ Rapid Recommendations p2
Conference EBM Live 48 - Adler, A. Assessment of state-supported treatments
Conference EBM Live 49 - Inclusion
Conference EBM Live 50 - Other attendees
Conference EBM Live 51 - Wicks, P. “What’s in it for us? Conditional altruism and the social contract of research participation”
Conference EBM Live 52 - Wicks, P. “What’s in it for us? Conditional altruism and the social contract of research participation” p2
Conference EBM Live 53 - Survey
Conférence EBM Live 54 - Wicks, P. “What’s in it for us? Conditional altruism and the social contract of research participation” p3
Conference EBM Live 55 - Goldacre, B. How to make summary results available
Conference EBM Live 56 - Goldacre, B. How to make summary results available p2
Conference EBM Live 57 - Devito, N. How to make summary results available p3
Conference EBM Live 58 - Drysdale, H. How to make summary results available p4
Conference EBM Live 59 - Down the rabbit hole
Conference EBM Live 60 - Deveson, P. The history of conflicts of interests
Conference EBM Live 61 - Deveson, P. The history of conflicts of interests p2
Conference EBM Live 62 - Comments "questions"
Conference EBM Live 63 - Boutron, I. "Spin" or the distortion of research results
Conference EBM Live 64 - Lenzer, J. 17 years spent investigating biases and (legal) fraud in research
Conference EBM Live 65 - Lenzer, J. 17 years spent investigating biases and (legal) fraud in research p2
Conference EBM Live 66 - Mandeville, K. Conflicts of interest: The next frontier for disclosure
Conference EBM Live 67 - Mandeville, K. Conflicts of interest: The next frontier for disclosure p2
Conference EBM Live 68 - Conflicts of interests: Together we shall build the future
Conference EBM Live 69 - Conflicts of interests: Together we shall build the future p2
Conference EBM Live 70 - Conflicts of interests: Together we shall build the future p3
Conference EBM Live 71 - Conflicts of interests: Together we shall build the future p4
Conference EBM Live 72 - Conflicts of interests: Together we shall build the future p5
Conference EBM Live 73 - Conflicts of interests: Together we shall build the future p6
Conference EBM Live 74 - Conflicts of interests: Together we shall build the future p7
Conference EBM Live 75 - Ksenia, E. Evidence Based Medicine in Russia
Conference EBM Live 76 - Nullus in verba
Conference EBM Live 77 - "No need to assess my idea"
Conference EBM Live 78 - Ioannidis, J. P. A. Reproducible Evidence for Healthcare
Conference EBM Live 79 - Ioannidis, J. P. A. Reproducible Evidence for Healthcare p2
Conference EBM Live 80 - Ioannidis, J. P. A. Reproducible Evidence for Healthcare p3
Conference EBM Live 81 - Ioannidis, J. P. A. Reproducible Evidence for Healthcare p4
Conference EBM Live 82 - Strong and weak points of EBM Live 2019
Conference EBM Live 83 - Future awaits!
Conference EBM Live 84 - High value thoughts
Conference EBM Live 85 - Going back home
Conference EBM Live 86 - Out-of-context citations
Conference EBM Live 87 - Recall questions
Conference EBM Live 88 - The-day-after syndrome
1328 - Transition 1
1329 - Transition 2
1330 - Transition 3
1331 - Transition 4
1332 - Transition 5
1333 - Transition 6
1334 - Transition 7
1335 - Transition 8
1336 - Transition 9
1337 - Transition 10 - CC-BY-SA
1338 - Transition 11 - English has come!
1339 - Transition 11 - And French is on a leave
1340 - Comics shall now be in English, okay but...
1341 - Concerns about French readers
1342 - What do you translate or not and past mistakes
1343 - Maybe I did warn myself about it...
1344 - Embrace uncertainty (and maybe listen to what you wrote in the past)
1345 - Moving on
1346 - Joining #FridaysForFuture?
1347 - Stronger as a team but there is more...
1348 - Is joining a movement about anecdotes?
1349 - Remember the end goal
1350 - Picking the best strategy, not just the ones I know about
1351 - Opportunity costs and real life
1352 - How could YOU best contribute, given your abilities?
1353 - A platform for research on climate change p1
1354 - A platform for research on climate change p2
1355 - A platform for research on climate change p3
1356 - A platform for research on climate change p4
1357 - A platform for research on climate change p5
1358 - A platform for research on climate change p6
1359 - A platform for research on climate change p7
1360 - A platform for research on climate change p8
1361 - A platform for research on climate change p9
1362 - A platform for research on climate change p10 (Ending)
1363 - Cherry picking criticisms
1364 - Randomized trials you can try at home
1365 - How should I appraise this study?
1366 - Our field is too different from other ones
1367 - Beliefs change over time
1368 - When citizen science evolves...
1369 - A biography about whom, exactly?
1370 - The original was good, what about the others?
1371 - Keeping my hobbies hidden
1372 - The duty of the first pioneers
1373 - To the edge of knowledge
1374 - Come join us at the edge!
1375 - Ethical disagreements
1376 - Excessively broad criterias
1377 - Data, everything is data!
1378 - The geocache of forking paths
1379 - But how were these search results ranked?
1380 - Adjudicating harms
1381 - How many studies is enough?
1382 - How "little" do you know?
1383 - This agency does her job too well
1384 - Keeping a neutral view on journals
1385 - Job security or the benefit of all?
1386 - Data was archived as per legal requirements
1387 - A long lineage of meta-researchers
1388 - Not an expert
1389 - It's not such a bold idea as it looks like
1390 - Problems in their field are their problems
1391 - The answer is somewhere in there
1392 - On what evidence did you rely to build the Cochrane Collaboration?
1393 - Five publications per year quota
1394 - The 1 in a 1000
1395 - There is a conference for everyone
1396 - Send them to the studies or to the flaws?
1397 - Reasons for not coming
1398 - Quit studying to study more?
1399 - I need to breathe
1400 - Retractions are progress
1401 - When heroes become humans again
1402 - At which point is it worth going to this conference?
1403 - The last thoughts of a data scientist
1404 - Bold claims require strong evidence
1405 - Citations flow over the years
1406 - Just ask the ethics committee
1407 - Who cannot read the results?
1408 - They prefered misunderstanding
1409 - Strongest scientific contribution isn't research
1410 - Data sharing won't fix everything
1411 - Stereotypes against scientists
1412 - Use resources at your disposal
1413 - Only the comic strip illustrator knew
1414 - Opportunistic places to learn
1415 - The ethics committee won't understand
1416 - You can't do it all alone, but can you lead it all alone?
1417 - It is too late to test this new intervention
1418 - Well done research, but something important was missing
1419 - My trust is something you earn, not something you deserve
1420 - Opportunities weren't equal
1421 - Farewell, my heroes
1422 - Not all that is on Wikipedia is current
1423 - Open the sequentially numbered envelopes as instructed
1424 - Unstoppable will to do something else
1425 - Game of Incentives
1426 - A stranger among strangers
1427 - I've cracked the code, nothing can block me!
1428 - Self-doubt creeps in again
1429 - Ask a methodologist maybe?
1430 - I can do it all, but maybe not all the time
1431 - "Because I'm the one teaching"?
1432 - Approved as an exception
1433 - Assessing researchers based on ALL they have done
1434 - I'll analyze the data wrongly if I want
1435 - I'll analyze the data wrongly if I want p2
1436 - Better conference posters
1437 - Everything was a misunderstanding
1438 - The focus was finishing her master's thesis, not reducing waste
1439 - It doesn't stay "new" for long
1440 - You don't have the authority to prevent waste
1441 - Reviewers disagree
1442 - Different study design, same issues
1443 - Borderline clever
1444 - The unknown is the fun part
1445 - Pick a mentor
1446 - Driven by complexity
1447 - Halloween 2019
1448 - On reasonable request
1449 - This peer-review wasn't worth it
1450 - Smallest publishable unit
1451 - There are good and less good times to read research
1452 - Under review until [insert date]
1453 - I've got a comic strip on this!
1454 - Moving beyond "Can you do it?"