Professor Hywel Williams talks at Cochrane UK & Ireland Symposium 2017 - Cochrane: Through the Looking Glass, about the importance of Cochrane Skin in evidence-based medicine.
One of the families taking part in the BEEP eczema prevention study talk about their involvement, and professor Hywel Williams discusses the importance of the study.
Professor Hywel Williams talks about his experience as a researcher, and about methods of reducing waste in eczema research at the Evidence Live conference, Oxford, 2015.
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Jasmin and Ebony share their experience of taking part in the pilot HI-Light vitiligo study which involved using hand-held UV light devices for vitiligo treatment at home.
Sian shares her experience of living with the painful skin condition pyoderma gangrenosum and her involvement in the STOP GAP trial which compared how well two commonly prescribed treatments work.
Maxine Whitton MBE, researcher in vitiligo and patient, shares her experience of working on vitiligo research at the Centre of Evidence Based Dermatology.
Professor Hywel Williams talks about the result of the SWET study. The trial showed no objective difference in outcomes between the children whose homes were fitted with a water softener and those without.
Professor Hywel Williams speaks at the Evidence 2011 conference, co-hosted by the BMJ Evidence Centre and the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine, University of Oxford, in October 2011.
This training video demonstrates how to use hand-held narrowband ultraviolet light (NB-UVB) devices safely, and was developed in relation to our clinical research trial on vitiligo treatments..
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