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Greg Kelly is a paediatric intensive care specialist working in Brisbane. He is also a master of the power nap. In this great talk Greg reminds us that despite us making great leaps in medical knowledge it comes with the twin costs of complacency and complexity. Whether you are considering the work of James Lind or the work of the Streptomycin in Tuberculosis Trials Committee, most medical trials really fail to show any major difference.

So what does make a difference? Perhaps it is developing a culture of reliability. Listen to Greg explain…

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