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Interpreting Hazard Ratios
 
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This video wil help students and clinicians understand how to interpret hazard ratios.
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How to Interpret a Forest Plot
 
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This video will discuss how to interpret the information contained in a typical forest plot.
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How to calculate an odds ratio
 
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odds ratios are the measure of association in a case control study. This video demonstrates the calculation of the OR
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How to calculate relative risk
 
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Video describing how relative risk is calculated from a cohort study. RR is just a ratio of incidence of the outcome in the exposed divided by the incidence of the outcome in the unexposed. It is also used in therapy studies.
Views: 129754 Terry Shaneyfelt
Intention-to-treat analysis: What is it and why is it important?
 
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Intention to treat analysis is explained and its utility is demonstrated in this video
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How To Calculate The Number Needed To Treat
 
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The NNT is the number of patients you need to treat with the experimental therapy to prevent one additional bad outcome. This video will demonstrate how to calculate NNT
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Determining Causality: A Review of the Bradford Hill Criteria
 
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Bradford Hill develops several criteria that you shold consider as you try to determine if an association seen in a study is causal or not
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How to Interpret and Use a Relative Risk and an Odds Ratio
 
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RR and OR are commonly used measures of association in observational studies. In this video I will discuss how to interpret them and how to apply them to patient care
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Power, Type II error, and Sample Size
 
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Video providing an overview of how power is determined and how it relates to sample size.
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How to Calculate Positive Predictive Value
 
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Video describing how to calculate the probability that a patient has disease when they have a positive test
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What is Heterogeneity?
 
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Systematic reviewers have to decide whather or not studies are homogeneous enough to combine. This video will describe what heterogeneity is and some of the tests used to investigate it.
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Cohort Studies: A Brief Overview
 
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Overview of cohort study design and their strengths and limitations.
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What Is Length Time Bias?
 
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Length time bias is one of the biases you need to watch out for when you read a screening study. This video will describe what length time bias is.
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Effect Modification
 
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In this video I describe what effect modification is and describe 2 methods to differentiate an effect modifier from a confounder.
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How to Critically Appraise a Systematic Review: Part 1
 
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Part 1 of a 2 part series on how to critically appraise systematic reviews
Views: 50624 Terry Shaneyfelt
Fixed Effects and Random Effects Models
 
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2 main types of statistical models are used to combine studies in a meta-analysis. This video will give a very basic overview of the principles behind fixed and random effects models.
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Publication Bias
 
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Very general overview of what publication bias is and the use of funnel plots to detect it
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Levels of Prevention
 
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Traditionally prevention is divided into primary, secondary and tertiary. This video will discuss what each of these is.
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How to Calculate a Positive Likelihood Ratio
 
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Video demonstrating how to calculate a positive likelihood ratio
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How to Calculate Specificity
 
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video describing how to calculate the specificity of a test from a diagnostic test study
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How to Calculate Negative Predictive Value
 
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Video describing how to calculate the probability a patient doesnt have disease when they have a negative test
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Statistics Corner: Confidence Intervals
 
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Video describing the role and interpretation of confidence intervals
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What Is Lead Time Bias?
 
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Lead time bias is one of 3 main biases you should always think about when you read a screening study. In this video I will describe lead time bias and how you can detect it.
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Concealed Allocation: What Is It and Why Is It Important?
 
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This video will describe the imporrtance of concealed allocation in a randomized controlled trial. Concealed allocation will be differentiated from blinding.
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What Are Likelihood Ratios and How Are They Used
 
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Video describing the role of likelihood ratios in diagnostic testing
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Case-Control Studies: A Brief Overview
 
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Case-control studies are observational studies that have the greatest risk of bias. I will describe the basic design of case-control studies and discuss their strengths and weaknesses.
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How to Calculate Relative Risk Reduction
 
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This video demonstrates 2 methods to calculate the commonly used measure to report outcomes in RCTs
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How to Critically Appraise a Systematic Review: Part 2
 
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Part 2 of how to critically read a systematic review
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How to Critically Appraise a Therapy Study- Part 1
 
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First of a 2 part series on questions you should ask as you critically appraise a therapy study
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Propensity Scores 101
 
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This video gives a general overview of what propensity scores are and how they are most commonly used in observational studies
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P-values and Type I Error
 
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What does a p-value mean and what cant it tell you. That will be the focus of this video.
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Dr Shaneyfelt's Approach to Reading a Clinical Research Study
 
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Video describing my approach to reading a paper
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How to Calculate Sensitivity
 
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Video describing how to calculate sensitivity from numbers given in a diagnostic test study
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How to Calculate a Negative Likelihood Ratio
 
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video describing the calculation of a negative likelihood ratio
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Relative Risk Reduction Can Be Relatively Misleading
 
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Relying on RRR alone in making clinical decision can be misleading. I will outline why in this video.
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Developing answerable clinical questions
 
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This tutorial discusses background and foreground quesitons and how to convert a clinical scenario in to a PICO foreground question
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Overview of Clinical Practice Guidelines
 
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This video describes what guidelines are and reviews some of the Institute of Medicine's attributes of trustworthy guidelines
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Overview of preoperative cardiac risk assessment
 
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I will review elements of the history and physical exam that should be focused on in the preoperative cardiac assessment. I will also discuss the role of the preoperative ECG.
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Overview of Subgroup Analysis
 
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In this introductory video I describe what a subgroup analysis is and discuss in very general terms some of the problems they are fraught with. This is the first in a series of 4 videos about subgroup analysis.
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Residual Confounding in Observational Studies
 
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Residual confounding is imcompletely controlled confounding. I'll discuss how it happens and how you can detect it in this video
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Statistics Corner: Overview of Regression Analysis
 
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Very basic overview of the different types of regression analysis and why regression analysis is needed. This is not for statisticians but for medical students, residents and clinicians wanting a very basic overview of what regression analysis is.
Views: 9576 Terry Shaneyfelt
Controlling Confounding During the Design Phase of a Study
 
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Confounders can be controlled during the design phase and the analysis phase of a study. This video will discuss several methods available to control confounding during the design phase.
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What Are Clinical Prediction Rules?
 
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Video describing what clinical prediction rules are, how they are developed and how they should be used
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Overview of Review Articles
 
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In this video i will compare and contrast narrative and systematic reviews.
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How to Critically Appraise a Diagnostic Test Study
 
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Video describing the 3 elements that diagnositc test studies must meet to ensure the validity of the estimate of the sensitivity and specificity of the diagnostic test
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2: Dealing with missing data
 
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In this video I describe how to analyze the pattern of your missing data (monotone or arbitrary) and how to use common methods to deal with missing data.
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Summary Measures Used in Systematic Reviews
 
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Studies are combined in a meta-analysis using a common summary outcome measure. In this video I will review the commonly used summary outcome measures.
Views: 6130 Terry Shaneyfelt
Perioperative Diabetes Management: Patients on Insulin
 
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In this video I review perioperative glycemia managment strategies of insulin requiring patients with diabetes.
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Prognostic Study Designs
 
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Overview of study designs used to glean prognostic information.
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Preoperative evaluation of patients with diabetes
 
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In this video I discuss the metabolic effects of surgery on blood glucose and factors to consider as you evaluate a diabetic patient prior to surgery.
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