Tag Archive: Nutrition Research

Season 1 Episode 6: Training Research Methodologists with Dr. Lehana Thabane

Why is methodology or applied research methodology unique to this day in terms of advancing the field of nutrition?

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Season 1 Episode 5: The Principles of Proof with Dr. Dennis Bier

I firmly believe that the principles of the scientific method established over the last several hundred years are the same in physics as they are in nutrition to determine proof, there are certain fundamental principles of science that I believe are no different in nutrition or in the age of the universe.

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Season 1 Episode 3: GRADE & the Evolution of Evidence-Based Practice with Dr. Gordon Guyatt.

That all these organizations came up with their own systems of rating, quality of evidence and strength of recommendations, most of which were not well thought through, it was chaos. These systems, nobody could understand them. If you understand one, you turn around and you’d be faced with another. Hey, Brad. Hey, Matt, good to […]

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Season 1 Episode 1: An Introduction to Methodology Matters!

So there’s evidence there’s sometimes randomized control trials. Other times there’s just observational studies, often there’s both, and the evidence needs to somehow be integrated or worked with the values and preferences of the client or the patient. There’s always this interplay between, well, first, let’s go out and make sure that we have the […]

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