Skip to 0 minutes and 4 secondsIt's been an interesting week with some animated discussion, particularly around the case study. There are issues that we've raised here of research fraud and problems with false balance in the way that research can be reported. We've given you, as part of this look at treatments and how those treatments are tested, some questions that you can use to judge how believable you think research is. In the meantime, please carry on finding and sharing your good resources with us via the comment section. We really do appreciate it and we'll bring it all together at the end in a final handout. Next week, which is the final week of the course, we'll be looking at health risk.

End of Week 3

Looking back at Week 3 of Making Sense of Health Evidence: The Informed Consumer.

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