Fixing flaws in science must be professionalized

Fixing flaws in science must be professionalized

It is heartening to see calls for greater transparency around data and analytic strategies, including in this issue, from such senior academic figures as Robert West. Science currently faces multiple challenges to its credibility. There is an ongoing lack of public trust in science and medicine, often built on weak conspiracy theories about technology such as vaccines. At the same, however, there is clear evidence that we have failed to competently implement the scientific principles we espouse.

The Foot and Ankle

Heading into a topic like the foot & ankle can seem tough. Make sure you make the most of the Physiopedia community and walk through the course together.
Scott BuxtonResearch article posted by: Scott Buxton

Scott is editor of Physiospot so expect to see his work popping up frequently. Away from the keyboard he is a physiotherapist specialising in geriatrics.

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