Bradford Hill and his viewpoints for causal inference, 50 years later Free

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Professor Kenneth J Rothman investigates Bradford Hill's interest in the circumstances that changed 'observed association' to a 'verdict of causation'. He also considers how Bradford Hill might wish to modify his paper written in 1965 in the JRSM in light of the intervening 50 years.

This lecture was filmed at the 'Association or causation in miasmas and mixtures: current reflections on Bradford Hill's 1965 contribution to public health' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 13th of October 2016

Length: 00:31:26

00:00:01 - Introduction
00:13:11 - Environment and Disease
00:19:15 - Blackburn and LaBarthe
00:28:44 - Conclusions
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Professor Irene Higginson, Professor of Palliative Care and Policy at King's College London.

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Richard Dowden, Director of the Royal African Society.

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33:13

Professor David Haslam, Immediate Past President, Royal College of General Practitioners.

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33:10

Dr Richard Huxtable, Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director at the Centre for Ethics in Medicine. 

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22:30
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Professor Sir Michael Rawlins, Chairman of the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence.

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28:14

Professor David Nutt, Imperial College, London.

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Professor Ezekiel Emanuel, Chair, Clinical Center Department of Bioethics, National Institutes of Health, USA.

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Professor Sir Graeme Catto, Chairman, Better Regulation Group, Universities UK. 

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