Sonia Lee


Summary

I do cancer research. I think of ways to adapt registry data with technological processes like IoTs.

I studied BA (philosophy, politics), BSC (neuroscience), MSM (clinical epidemiology), MD/PHD candidate; Institutions USYD & Yale.

Evidence Based Medicine Oncology Translational Medicine Women's Health

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01 Nov 2014

Have you considered using meta-analysis software? I2 is automatically calculated in Revman (free program) and makes forest plots, quality assessment tables & figures: http://tec...

01 Nov 2014

Just for interest, Nigeria along with a few African countries have established Ebola research centres many years prior to the recent outbreak. I visited a centre in 2004, and was s...

11 Nov 2014

Without a doubt it beats Google search engines. I think it's good for preprints, thesis retrievals, and general non-indexed material. I tend to run bots and non-conventional method...

08 Dec 2014

Sounds like a systematic review... good if there was more on measures of effects i.e. effects sizes, fixed vs random vs mixed fx models. Also why meta-analysis works well with RCTs...

13 Dec 2014

I think if you're looking at attitudes and beliefs "grounded theory" tools (http://www.psych-it.com.au/Psychlopedia/article.asp?id=150) integrates theories and overall/common attit...

12 Jan 2015

I'm not sure with other disciplines, but for medical content, it depends on the question. So structuring the research question you want to retrieve articles for in a PICO (Populati...

12 Feb 2015

I think research design is just as important. There are programs in specific disciplines that can extract and simulate data from p-values alone if statistical methods are accuratel...

25 Feb 2015

Cheers. Driving integrity in researchers by branding them good or evil based on citing data or not.. may not fare well. If top down then perhaps do with less trumpets and more prag...

25 Nov 2015

I'm no expert at this, but I'm not seeing how a point of reference e.g a white background makes it statistically more valid and reliable. I think the focus on Thorstenson et al pap...