The impetus for this show has come out of my desire to share the translational science and clinical practice of nursing and health promotion with those interested. Some episodes will be primarily opinion pieces, while the vast majority will set out to deconstruct a scholarly nursing or related biomedical paper and pull some relevant piece of practice changing knowledge from it. Ultimately, my goal is to promote continual learning and self-development.
Ep. 043, Finally, a study I can get behind...09/05/2019 Duration: 53min
Ep. 042, Kinsell (1964): Calories do count07/05/2019 Duration: 38min
Ep. 041, Does Splenda reduce insulin sensitivity?07/04/2019 Duration: 44min
Ep. 040, Drinking hot tea increases cancer risk?23/03/2019 Duration: 01h05min
In today’s episode, Ian covers a study published on in a recent CNN article describing a supposedly increased risk of esophageal squamous cell carcinoma by 90%, due apparently to very hot tea intake. Do you buy these results? Ian is skeptical.
Ep. 039, The Dunning-Kruger Effect22/12/2018 Duration: 19min
In this episode, Ian discusses the Dunning-Kruger effect and how research has exposed him to the notion that expertise is quite rare.
Ep. 038, Nursing literature search results23/10/2018 Duration: 27min
In this episode, Ian describes his foray into the nursing literature from years past and describes what he’s seeing so far in his literature search and review.
Ep. 037, Garbage in, garbage out19/10/2018 Duration: 23min
In this episode, Ian describes what a meta-analysis if effect sizes is and how it is different from a systematic literature review, and then examines the merits and faults of the meta-analysis in terms of our ability to generalize from the results.
Ep. 036, A primer on Type II Error interpretation19/10/2018 Duration: 17min
In this episode, Ian briefly covers the basic interpretive framework he uses to understand type I versus type II error rates, and what it actually means for our interpretations of published research.