Curiouser and Curiouser: when we get the wrong answer from the right research by Damian Roland

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Damian is a consultant and honorary associate professor in Paediatric Emergency Medicine. He is a research powerhouse as you can tell if you look at the list of his recent publications. He is also the chair of PERUKI – the Paediatric Emergency Research in the UK and Ireland – and contributes heavily to our monthly round up of interesting literature.

In this talk he asks to be wary of the conclusions we draw from just reading the abstracts. He reminds us, as have all of our great speakers, that we are here, ultimately, to make a difference for our patients.

So, sit back and listen.

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