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Evidence, information and misinformation

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Evidence, information and misinformation

Samantha Holloway
8 March 2021

I’m sure we all hoped that the start to 2021 would be better, yet we still find ourselves in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Not a day seems to go by without more evidence or information emerging about how to manage patients with COVID-19 or developments in terms of vaccines. This provides hope moving forward. However, misinformation or disinformation is also rife, leading to confusion and information overload. So how do we navigate our way along this misinformation highway?

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