Failings in hierarchies of evidence for controversial health-policy decisions
Speaker: Professor Sir Michael Rawlins, Chair of Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs 1998-2008, Chair of NICE 1999-2013
17:30, 29 April 2013
Western philosophers have debated on the nature of what constitutes "scientific" enquiry for hundreds of years. In this lecture Michael Rawlins will consider the respective places of experimentation and observation in deciding whether therapeutic interventions are fit for purpose.
MRC Biostatistics Unit and University of Cambridge Statistical Laboratory are cohosting a celebratory series of one-hour public lectures. The series concludes on 20 June 2013 with a final lecture and Summer Reception.
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