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Bodhi Haraldsson
Works at Massage Therapists association of British Columbia
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SomaSimple Moderators' Consensus on pain: http://youtu.be/AU5ePyWaurw
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The myths of the text neck and the 60lb head
Countering the claim that texting is ruining spines
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Statistical significance abuse
 
Diabolically difficult!

I have an article about statistical significance that, for years, griped about how P-values are abused and misunderstood while also — sigh — perpetuating the most common myth about P-values. A statistician politely pointed this out to me. I argued for it a bit. “It’s not wrong,” I protested. “It’s simplified. There’s absolutely no way to properly explain P-values without confusing the hell out of my readers. This is about writing and communication, not stats.”

“No,” he insisted. “This is not the simplified truth. It’s just plain old wrong.”

He was right. It took me hours of reading to satisfy myself of this. And then I spent hours more revising my article. It was probably one of the most difficult explaining jobs I’ve ever tackled. And now I understand P-values, and I’m confident the article is finally correct. But … is it a better article? Will YOU understand P-values after reading it? I’m not so sure. I may have been embarassingly wrong about P-values, but I was probably right all along that they are damned near impossible to explain to a general audience without crippling simplification.

Still, I made a heroic effort, and wrangling words is what I do best, so give my explanation a try. How did I do?

~ Paul Ingraham, SaveYourself.ca

http://saveyourself.ca/significance
A lot of research makes evidence seem more “significant” than it is
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How the cost of a drug can influence the placebo effect http://ow.ly/Ilxfm #placebo
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Check out the new and improved Pain Science site
Pain and therapy science. With sass. (And salamanders.)
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MTABC director of research
Introduction
Bodhi has been practicing massage therapy since 1993. He was a member of faculty at a massage therapy college were he taught at and headed up the orthopedic treatments department and clinical assessment. Bodhi has developed numerous continuous educational courses for practicing RMT’s.

Bodhi is the principal investigator for a Cochrane systematic review looking at massage for mechanical neck disorders. He is a part of a group that has published numerous reviews looking at conservative therapies for mechanical neck disorders in the Cochrane library and other journals.

At the present Bodhi is the research department chair for the Massage Therapy Association of British Columbia (MTABC). He is the past vice president of the MTABC and a past board member of the regulatory College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia.

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    Director of MTABC research department, present
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