(Started on 26mar2022)

I do presently read about 700 papers every year. (To exclude online and blog articles…). This is a selection of those I find of great interest. It is a sort of memento for me, but if you find it useful, you are welcome! The papers are listed in the order in which I read (or re-read) them.

07-jun-2022 Kavli H. A new translation of the Handbook, Modern Stoicism.

Raper S. A confusion of curves. Significance. 2022;19:32-35. 10.1111/1740-9713.01652

Mayo DG, Hand D. Statistical significance and its critics: practicing damaging science, or damaging scientific practice. Synthese. 2022;200:220. 10.1007/s11229-022-03692-0

Cox C, Fritz Z. Presenting complaint: use of language that disempowers patients. BMJ. 2022;377:e066720. 10.1136/bmj-2021-066720

💎 15-apr-2022 Pieterse AH. Dear doctor, please know that you do not know until I have told you. BMJ Evid Based Med. 2022bmjebm-2021. 10.1136/bmjebm-2021-111886

Christensen WF, Zabriskie BN. When Your Permutation Test is Doomed to Fail. The American Statistician. 20211-11. 10.1080/00031305.2021.1902856

Hanley JA, Bhatnagar S. The “Poisson” Distribution: History, Reenactments, Adaptations. The American Statistician. 20221-9. 10.1080/00031305.2022.2046159.

Sajid IM, Frost K, Paul AK. ‘Diagnostic downshift’: clinical and system consequences of extrapolating secondary care testing tactics to primary care. BMJ Evid Based Med. 2021bmjebm-2020. 10.1136/bmjebm-2020-111629.

26-mar-2022 Mayo, D.
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