Tag Archives: Research

Uncertainty in medical decision making

By | October 21, 2019

“The failure to train doctors about clinical uncertainty has been called “the greatest deficiency of medical education throughout the twentieth century.” Djulbegovic (2004), https://www.bmj.com/content/329/7480/1419 Life is full of uncertainties. In decision making uncertainty means that it is impossible to define future outcomes. Amount of medical information continues to grow exponentially, but uncertainty is still inevitable… Read More »

Declining incidence of MoM revision surgeries

By | July 22, 2019

Our recent study investigating annual trends of revision surgeries in patients with MoM hip replacements was recently published in the Journal of Arthroplasty (www). Here is the GrAbstract of the study: This study is of great importance because it is the largest non-registry based study investigating what sort of trends the number of revision surgeries… Read More »