It does not take a Cochrane review to see that the emperor has no clothes. This is not difficult. It is straightforward and simple.
As an illegitimate and irrational authority it is necessary that this opinion remain unchallenged. We need to challenge it.
Historical, political, economic and social analysis reveals that the “PHP-blueprint” is a false-construct built on circumnavigation and obfuscation. An evidence-based scrutiny of the literature would reveal it to be invalid and of little probative value.
But if nobody speaks up it is inevitable that they will expand the “PHP blueprint” to other employee assistance programs and schools.
Source: The Proposed Expansion of PHPs. Illegitimate and Irrational Authority and the Urgent need for a critical analysis of the “PHP-Blueprint”
3 thoughts on “The Proposed Expansion of PHPs. Illegitimate and Irrational Authority and the Urgent need for a critical analysis of the “PHP-Blueprint””
I wonder if they revealed to the docs in the study that they were part of a human subjects study? Did they have IRB approval? I also wonder if DuPont et al. indicated the conditions under which the docs “participated,” namely extortion? These considerations would certainly seem to serve as a solid basis for causing critical review and retraction.
LikeLiked by 1 person
Yes – how did this get published? That’s a big question as it does not even come close to the journals usual standards. Nor do several articles in JAMA over the past few years (skipper, Sanchez ). We need to ascertain what and who was involved in the peer review process. It does not make sense.
[…] selling the “PHP-blueprint” to other EAPs as the “New Paradigm” they are able to sell with it the dozens of […]