TEC: Evidence Based Therapeutics
Therapeutics Education Collaboration
Medication Mythbusters – Home of the Best Science (BS) Medicine Podcast

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What we offer – we will do talks anywhere from a 1-hour lecture to a full 2-day multi-topic interactional workshop – all talks are evidence-based, promote healthy skepticism, provide very practical suggestions and tips, and we make them fun by incorporating humour into all our talks/discussions. These talks can be tailored for health professionals or the public.

Topics – general healthy skepticism, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, osteoporosis, infectious disease, depression, anxiety, osteoarthritis, family practice potpourri, how to look at studies, drug-dosing, practice changing studies, and many other topics. Click HERE for some of the myths we have tackled in the past.

Expenses – typically we require all our expenses to be paid.

Honourarium – we never say no to an honourarium but this is always negotiable and depends on the circumstances – we will not accept any funding directly from drug companies but we are not averse to presenting at conferences that have some drug company sponsorship.

Contact Us

See our Contact Us page for information on how to get in touch. You can also contact us directly at james.mccormack@ubc.ca or by phone (604-603-7898).


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