eLetters

10 e-Letters

published between 2012 and 2015

  • Link to blinding Research Made Simple from July 2013
    Alison Twycross

    If you enjoyed this EBN Notebook you may also like to read the EBN Research Made Simple paper looking at Qualitative data analysis: a practical example. This is available at: Click here

    Conflict of Interest:

    None declared

  • Link to What is qualitative synthesis?
    Alison Twycross

    Readers of this EBN Notebook might like the EBN Research Made Simple paper looking at What is qualitative synthesis? This is available at: Click here

    Conflict of Interest:

    None declared

  • Link to Research Made Simple
    Alison Twycross

    Readers of this EBN Notebook might like the EBN Research Made Simple paper entitled: Selecting the sample. This is available at: Click here

    Conflict of Interest:

    None declared

  • To learn more about "hypothesis testing and p values: how to interpret results and reach the right conclusion"
    Alison Twycross

    For more information about Hypothesis testing and p values: how to interpret results and reach the right conclusion see the EBN Research Made Simple paper published in April 2013.

    If you want to learn more about p values see EBN Research Made Simple paper "What is a p value and what does it mean?" from April 2012.

    These are both available at:

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  • Link to Research Made Simple
    Alison Twycross

    If you enjoyed this EBN Notebook you may also like to read the EBN Research Made Simple paper looking at Qualitative data analysis: a practical example. This is available at: Click here

    Conflict of Interest:

    None declared

  • Link to Research Made Simple, on what is a systematic review?
    Alison Twycross

    If you would like to know more about systematic reviews why not read the EBN Research Made Simple paper What is a systematic review? Available from: Click here

    Conflict of Interest:

    None declared

  • Link to blinding Research Made Simple from July 2013
    Alison Twycross

    If you enjoyed this paper and want to know more about blinding read the EBN Research Made Simple paper Blinding: an essential component in decreasing risk of bias in experimental designs available from: Click here

    Conflict of Interest:

    None declared

  • Letter of response to the commentary by Trussardi and Gott on the common aspects of dignity in end-of-life care
    Qiaohong Guo

    Dear Editor,

    Trussardi and Gott[1] provide an insightful commentary on our integrative review paper on dignity in end-of-life care.[2] They raise some interesting points about the definition of dying with dignity in end- of-life care, some with which we concur and others would view differently.

    People in different cultural, social and historical contexts may understand the concept of dignity differently. H...

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  • Response to: Legalising Assisted Dying
    Alison Twycross

    I would like to thank Harriet Copperman for her response to my recent editorial. I would like to respond to some of the points she has raised. Harriet says that: We should have the option of an assisted death. For many, just having that option would be sufficient to cope with their death. But a small percentage of people would want to be able to end to their life when it became intolerable. Suicide is not illegal any more...

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  • Legalising Assisted Dying
    Harriet M Copperman OBE, SRN

    Dear Editor,

    I began practising palliative care in the community in the mid 1970's and retired nearly 25 years later, having been involved with the care of thousands of dying patients. We were evangelical in our attempts to teach and spread the 'gospel of palliative care' to professionals, students and lay people, in the UK and around the world. We thought it was the answer to enabling people to have a good death....

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