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Two podcast interviews - "Randomised controlled drug trials - how objective is the evidence?" (Prof Clive Adams) and "A look at the incidence of schizophrenia and how it relates to the aetiology of the illness" (Dr Craig Morgan)

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Craig MorganProf Clive Adams discusses the dilemma clinicians face in relying on the results of randomised controlled drug trials to prescribe treatment and asks the question: How do you present the evidence taken from randomised drug trials, which may be biased, to a patient who is relying on you to tell him the truth?

 

In the second podcast, Dr Craig Morgan discusses the current thinking regarding the aetiology of schizophrenia and its incidence.

 

 

Date published: 20 November 2006

Audio running time: 40 minutes

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