Genevieve Chartrand of CADTH provides information on how to know the websites you are visiting are credible and so the information can be trusted. She also highlights red flags to watch for. These red flags tell the viewer or reader to be careful when using the information. Using these techniques every day on-line researchers looking for medical information can feel comfortable knowing they are looking at quality, verified information.

  • Surviving Covid-19 Info-demic 2:08
  • CADTH 3:01
  • Disclosure 3:53
  • Credible Research 6:12
  • Evidence-Informed Decision Making 7:13
  • Evidence Portal 9:40
  • Another Reliable Source of Health Information 11:03
  • Why Should We Evaluate Health Websites 15:06
  • 6 Criteria for Evaluating Health Websites 19:55
  • JAMA Benchmarks 28:22
  • Discern 29:02
  • Patient Tool 29:48
  • To Conclude 30:31
  • Connect With Us 31:58
  • Subscribe 32:53
  • Questions 33:19

Canadian health care leaders trust CADTH for evidence on prescription drugs and medical devices. Much of CADTH’s past work is available on their website which can be found:

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What does the evidence say? The credibility of websites.
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