John Ioannidis on study design
How should you interpret biomedical study results? In this podcast, study design expert John Ioannidis, MD, DSc, discusses what he views as the major problems with biomedical research and ways to strengthen how research is planned, carried out and reported.
Ioannidis, professor of medicine and division chief of the Stanford Prevention Research Center, is perhaps best-known for his 2005 essay in PLoS-Medicine titled, 'Why most published research findings are false.' It is the most-downloaded article in the journal's history.