UB Addiction Medicine Didactic Series: Journal Club: Threats to Validity

Friday, April 23, 2021
7:30 am - 8:30 am
Distance Learning through Zoom
Richard Blondell, MD
UB Department of Family Medicine

Presenter: Richard Blondell, MD, Professor Emeritus, Department of Family Medicine

Moderator: Tildabeth Doscher, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Addiction Medicine Fellowship Director. Department of Family Medicine

Attached please find:
1. The PDF of the article we will discuss on 4/23/21 at Journal Club
2. The WORD.DOC of an outline for the discussion

Message from Dr. Blondell:
The Journal Club topic this month will focus on the “Threats to Validity" among published studies following the attached outline. We will use the attached JAMA Network Open article as an example. The outline will also be helpful with the board question examples at the end of the talk, and I’d recommend that participants either print it out ahead of time or paste it to their desktops so they can easily refer to it as we review the sample board questions.

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https://ubmm.med.buffalo.edu/uploads/DPALERMO/2021.04.23 Jounal Club article JAMA Net Open 2020_3_e1920622 copy.pdf
https://ubmm.med.buffalo.edu/uploads/DPALERMO/2021.04.23 Jounal Club article JAMA Net Open 2020_3_e1920622 copy.pdf

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