Thursday 12th July, 2012
11:00am to 12:45pm
How to find reliable health information online and elsewhere, and skeptically evaluate the information you find. Workshop attendees will learn about how professionals and non-professionals can use information access to improve their health care while avoiding common misconceptions and pitfalls.
Requires separate ticket or All Workshop Pass.
A breast surgeon doing his best to defend science-based medicine against pseudoscience. His opinions are his and his alone. Blocked by Andrew Wakefield. bio from Twitter
DrRachie from the Skeptic Zone. ALS and ageing researcher. Podcaster, blogger, science communicator. Winner of the 2010 Shorty Award for health. bio from Twitter
The host of the Skeptics Guide to the Universe podcast, and science blogger extraordinaire. bio from Twitter
2pm WORKSHOP 3A - Astronomy for Skeptics: Investigating “Lights” in the Sky by James McGaha
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