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The Bandolier team have also produced a number of books relating to evidence-based medicine. Some of these have been produced with Oxford University Press (OUP), though recently Bandolier has begun publishing its own series. This page tells you what has been produced, about availability, and where the books can be obtained.

Please note that Bandolier sells directly only its own publications. Books published by OUP can be obtained direct from OUP or through Internet or other booksellers.


Books produced with OUP


1: An evidence-based resource for pain relief (published 1998)


ISBN 0 19 262718 X (hardback); 0-19-263048-2 (softback)

This was the first book of its kind to bring together reviews of trials of interventions for pain relief, and included a section on EBM methodology. It is now out of print, though copies may still be available from OUP, from Amazon, or other Internet booksellers (check in your own country for availability and price).

OUP is offering a Bandolier special offer of a 40% discount on An Evidence Based Resource for Pain Relief when ordered through the Bandolier clickthough.




2: Bandolier's Little Book of Pain (published 2003)


ISBN 0-19-263247-7 (softback)

This pocket book provided a unique portable guide to evidence-based pain treatments. The book presents the evidence, with a clear clinical bottom line at the top. Copies are available from OUP, from Amazon, or other Internet booksellers (check in your own country for availability and price).

OUP is offering a Bandolier special offer of a 40% discount on Bandolier's Little Book of Pain when ordered through the Bandolier clickthough.





3: Bandolier's Little Book of Making Sense of Medical Evidence (available August/September 2006)


ISBN 0-19-856604-2 (softback)

This book has been written as a simple guide for people who wish to make sense of evidence in a healthcare setting, and who wish to avoid being misled by faulty evidence. It looks at clinical trials, observational studies, diagnostics, adverse events, health economics, and other topics, as well as providing a good grounding on the foundations of evidence.

You can check out the contents and order directly from OUP. Publication date is 28 July 2006.



Bandolier's own impress


1: An evidence-based resource for Erectile Dysfunction (published 2006)


ISBN 0-9552226-0-5 (softback)

This short little book summarises the evidence for each treatment for erectile dysfunction, as well as examining some ways of avoiding erectile dysfunction through healthy living. Each treatment has been subject to systematic review, and, where possible, a meta-analysis to produce an overall estimate of efficacy.

You can check out the contents and order directly from Bandolier. Download a form to fax with order.