Screening; evidence and practice. Muir Gray and Angela Raffle.
Testing Treatments, also from Pinter and Martin, and available freely online here.
Overdiagnosed, by Welch, Schwartz and Woloshin.
Fooled by Randomness, by Nassim Nicholas Taleb.
The Tyranny of Health, Michael Fitzpatrick.
Reckoning with Risk, Gerd Gigerenzer.
Matters of Life and Death, Iona Heath.
The Lancet series on treating individuals.
Should I be tested for cancer? Maybe not and here’s why. Gilbert Welch.
There’s my book, natch (which is cheaper from the publisher) - The Patient Paradox.
I also suggest going to a course on evidence based practice via the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine in Oxford. I did a couple of years ago and it was excellent.
Then there is EvidenceLive 2013, where all kinds of evidence based people will be talking (including me).
And where I am willing to buy any famous media doctors a drink if they want to come and listen.