Bristol University

Trial By Error: A Plea To Fiona Godlee On A Familiar Topic

David Tuller

  By David Tuller, DrPH On Wednesday, I sent the following to Dr Fiona Godlee, editorial director of BMJ. The topic, once again, was the ethically and methodologically challenged Lightning Process study, which was published two years ago in Archives of Disease in Childhood, a BMJ journal. My letter was prompted by the recent appearance […]

Trial By Error: Who Has The School Study Documents ?

David Tuller

      By David Tuller, DrPH. Update (later on March 4): Because Royal United Hospitals Bath suggested that I “redirect” my request for documents back to Bristol University, that’s what I did. Earlier today, I sent an e-mail to Bristol’s director of legal services. Here’s what I wrote: As you likely remember, I have […]

Trial By Error: A Recap Of The School Absence Study

David Tuller

  By David Tuller, DrPH Last week I broke the news that Bristol University is conducting an independent investigation of a number of studies that were exempted from ethical review on the grounds that they qualified as “service evaluation.” Because the issues involved are confusing and complex, I thought it would be helpful to repost here part […]

Trial By Error: A Bit More About Bristol’s Investigation

David Tuller

    By David Tuller, DrPH Yesterday I reported that Bristol University, at the request of the UK Health Research Authority, is investigating a number of studiesconducted by Professor Esther Crawley. The results of this investigation are expected in two months or so. Today I can disclose that the scrutiny involves papers linked to a specific research […]

Trial By Error: The Australian Situation, And Professor Crawley’s New Position

David Tuller

  By David Tuller, DrPH.   So I arrived in Melbourne on Wednesday afternoon. I’ll be in Australia for several weeks for meetings, interviews and general information-gathering. I’ll post occasionally, but some of the information might be for future blogs and stories. I’ve conducted a Q-and-A about the general situation in the country with Penelope […]

Trial By Error: The School Absence Study, Revisited

David Tuller

  By David Tuller, DrPH.   This post is about a serious issue–ethical approval for research studies involving children. It is also about how powerful institutions, like leading medical journals, respond to concerns. But the story is really too long and complicated. I recommend it only for those following things pretty closely or who for […]

David Tuller And The (S)PACE Cake Eaters

David Tuller

    By Anil van der Zee.   In 2015 David Tuller, DrPH, a Senior Fellow in Public Health in Journalism at the Center of Global Public Health, School of Public Health at Berkeley University started writing 3 very detailed blogs about the flaws of the now infamous PACE-trial. The patient community has been advocating for years, if […]

Carly Maryhew’s Open Letter To TEDxBristol Regarding Esther Crawley’s “Disrupting Your View Of ME” Presentation

TED Talks

  By James C Coyne in the Coyne Of The Realm Blog.   Carly Maryhew’s recent open letter to TEDxBristol concerning the failure of Esther Crawley’s recent talk to adhere  to TEDx’s explicit content guidelines is a gem, well worth a read by a general audience. At one level, her letter is a contribution to the ongoing […]

Trial By Error: The Crawley Chronicles, Continued….

David Tuller

  By David Tuller, DrPH.   Update: About 20 minutes after posting this blog, I received the following communication from Ms. Paterson: Dear Dr Tuller Thank you for your email of 22 November. If by a ‘cease and desist’ letter you mean a letter threatening legal action if the recipient does not stop a specified […]

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