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Helen is a GP with an interest in the communication of evidence. She is the UK research editor for The BMJ, continues to develop The BMJ's Rapid Recommendations series, and champions our campaigns on Better Evidence and Too Much Medicine.
Juan is the Editor-in-Chief of BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine and a clinical editor for the BMJ. He is a family physician and researcher with expertise in evidence-informed healthcare, knowledge translation and patient-centred care. He currently works as Managing Editor of the Cochrane Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders Group at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf.
Joe is The BMJ's US research editor, and a professor of medicine and public health at Yale School of medicine. He is still a primary care physician, as well as running a whole range of projects aimed at improving medicine's evidence base. Joe was also instrumental in setting up and running medRxiv, the pre-print for medicine.
Duncan is the multimedia editor for The BMJ and a former biochemist who came to the journal via TV production, and is fascinated by the world of EBM.