Clinical Knowledge and Practice in the Information Age: A Handbook for Health Professionals

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Royal Society of Medicine Press Limited, 2001 - Medical - 93 pages
Experienced doctors differ from inexperienced doctors primarily in the amount and kind of knowledge they possess and their skills in applying it. In the commercial sector, professional knowledge is valued as a means of improving the quality and efficiency of services. Despite widespread uptake of evidence-based health, medicine still has a long way to go to match the care and resources spent on managing knowledge in other sectors.

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