Guideline development has changed internationally with greater stress on the use of rigorous, transparent and evidence-based methods. Guideline development in… Read more Poor quality of Indian clinical practice guidelines : academic elitism, capacity gaps and poor governance key factors
It is common for family physicians in developing nations like India to encounter patients whose profession demands sedentary lifestyle. Such… Read more Are interventions to reduce sitting at workplace effective?
Researchers, research funders, regulators, sponsors and publishers of research fail to use earlier research when preparing to start, fund or… Read more Too much medical research may be unnecessary, unethical, unscientific, and wasteful, warns new international research network
“Identifying Research Priorities and Setting Research Agenda in Clinical Toxinology with a Focus on Snake Envenomation” was the theme of… Read more Identifying Research Priorities and Setting Research Agenda in Clinical Toxinology with a Focus on Snake Envenomation
Few would argue against the benefits of evidence informed public health and health policies. However, efforts to inform health policy… Read more Developing evidence based health policy in resource limited settings—lessons from Nepal
India has announced a soda tax in efforts to reduce consumption, with the aim of curbing the rise in diseases… Read more The public health threat from sugary drinks in India
The Cochrane Collaboration held its annual Colloquium for the first time in South Asia at Hyderabad , India in September… Read more Mapping the growth of The Cochrane Collaboration in India