Prof Noakes ended up trending on Twitter today, after SAFM and News24 reported that he’d been found guilty of professional misconduct by the HSPCA. But they will only be ruling on the matter in April 2017.
A summary of a talk I recently gave on social media ethics for medical professionals, with partial reference to the hearings involving Prof. Tim Noakes.
The HPSCA hearings regarding Prof Noakes and his tweets resumed this week, and I’ve been attending. Here’s a snippet of what I’ve observed.
Some snippets on Nina Teicholz, Professor Tim Noakes, and recent research related to the efficacy of low-carb diets in treating Type 2 diabetes.
Yesterday saw the first day of hearings related to a charge of professional misconduct against Prof. Tim Noakes. Here are my reflections on what transpired.
Concluding my look at Professor Tim Noakes’ column in the December edition of The Big Issue, as well as highlighting the problem in a proposed debate at the upcoming LCHF summit.
Prof Tim Noakes has written a love-letter to confirmation bias for the end-of-year edition of The Big Issue. Here’s the first instalment of some comment on his contribution.
I recently spoke at an event themed “demystifying the Banting diet”, at which Dr Celeste Naude and I presented reasons to be skeptical of the hype regarding LCHF and Banting. Dr Naude spoke on the science, I spoke on the hype. Here’s my talk.
Prof Tim Noakes™ says that we “must never trust consensus guidelines, because they are anti-science”, but this is simply another instance of playing scorched earth with understanding of the scientific method.
Prof Tim Noakes has yet to meet an obnoxious LCHF advocate. If he applies the standards he sets for himself in Internet debate, you might think a dictionary an appropriate thing to gift him.