The use and abuse of Bradford Hill 1965 in US Law with broader concerns Free

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Professor Carl Cranor praises and criticises the US court's use and misuse of Bradford Hill's 1965 article. Professor Cranor provides a history of examples from the US judicial system and raises concerns of judge’s awareness of Bradford Hill.

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: 00:29:14

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00:10:26 - Results
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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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Professor David Haslam, Immediate Past President, Royal College of General Practitioners.

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

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

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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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