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Professor Kamal Mahtani, a former NIHR Clinical Lecturer with OUCAGS, is a nationally and internationally recognised Senior Academic GP and Professor of Evidence-Based Healthcare based at Oxford University’s Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences.

In the first interview of the ‘Desert Island Reviews’ series, Professor Mahtani, shared which systematic review he would choose to read, if stranded on a desert island.

In his interview, Professor Mahtani, who directs the MSc in EBHC (Systematic Reviews), talked about an overview of systematic reviews looking at the impact of the London 2012 Olympics on participation in physical or sporting activities.

The 'Desert Island Reviews' series features tutors from the MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care programme and is available on the website of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine.