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The highest level of evidence of efficacy of therapeutic innovation or prevention is given by a randomized controlled trial. This experimental methodology provides the most rigorous demonstration of the effect of innovation on the endpoints measured at the beginning and end of the protocol. Are there profits on (biological psychological clinics, socio-professional and/or survival) health […]

The randomized controlled trial is an experimental clinical research protocol that compared a group called “intervention” testing a new therapy or new share of health prevention and a group called “review” in the (usual care) standard recommendations or taking a placebo (placebo). The assignment of participants in one group is randomly (draw). This choice can […]

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Blog in Health relies on a central concept, the concept of Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) or evidence-based medicine in French. This concept was developed by epidemiologists of McMaster University in Canada in 1980 (Sackett et al., 2000). It calls for all medical decision based on theoretical knowledge, judgment and experience but also on scientific evidence […]

Welcome to the Blog in Health Why this blog? Non-pharmacological interventions (NPIs) and health prevention programs vary greatly in terms of efficacy and cost-benefits. This wide range of results generates persistent –sometimes intentional– confusion and misconceptions, which can mislead people made vulnerable by a medical condition. Blog in Health reviews the most rigorous studies focusing on […]

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