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Jeopardy: Answering Common Clinical Questions Selected by the Audience

Thursday, November 23
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM

This is run as game show type presentation where the audience picks topics (from 28 or so topics). They are quick, rapid-fire answers to common clinical questions and involve a lot of audience participation. Topics include the broad range of primary care. For example, Do multivitamins improve health, will coffee/chocolate shorten your life, what drug reduces fever best, is the CBC effective in screening, what do medical television talks shows discuss, can sleep restriction treat insomnia, how well does melatonin work, and more.

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Michael Allan

Professor & Director of Evidence-Based Medicine,
University of Alberta and Alberta College of Family Physicians

Dr. G. Michael (Mike) Allan is a professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Alberta and the director of Evidence-Based Medicine. He has been in practice around 20 years and presently works at the Northeast Community Health Centre in Edmonton. He has given over 200 presentations and published more than 100 articles. Dr. Allan is member of PEER, a group of primary care clinicians focused on knoweldge translation, best practice and research in practice. He writes a regular evidence-based update (called “Tools for Practice”) distributed to more than 30,000 clinicians and published in the journal Canadian Family Physician. He also co-presents a weekly medical podcast (on iTunes) called “Best Science Medicine Podcast.”

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