Evidence-Based Medicine: How to Practice and Teach It

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Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2011 - Medical - 293 pages
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Constitutes a traditional way of presenting ideas about EBM. It explains how to ask answerable clinical questions, translate them into effective searches for the best evidence, critically appraise that evidence for its validity and importance, integrate it with patients' values and preferences, assess the practice of EBM. Additional materials, including resources for practicing EBM can be downloaded to PDAs, contain clinical examples, critical appraisals and background papers from other healthcare disciplines such as nursing and occupational therapy with links to various evidence resources. A supporting website for this book also provides updates and new materials.

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About the author (2011)

Paul Glasziou is Director of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine University of Oxford and editor of the journal Evidence Based Medicine (BMJ Publishing Group)

Chris Del Mar is Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine, Bond University and Associate Editor of Evidence Based Medicine

Janet Salisbury is Director of Biotext and responsible for the book's high quality design

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