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Skip to 0 minutes and 4 secondsHello. And here we are at the end the course. Thank you for four very interesting and enjoyable weeks. We hope you've now got the tools to make informed decisions and to read health research with confidence. Thank you so much for all your comments and contributions. We really appreciate them and the sources that you've recommended to us. We really enjoyed the course and we hope you have to. Thank you for taking part.

End of Week 4

Fiona Morgan looks back over the four weeks of Making Sense of Health Evidence: The Informed Consumer.

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