Evidence-based Medicine: How to Practice and Teach EBM, Volume 1

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Churchill Livingstone, 2000 - Medical - 261 pages
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The accompanying computer disc contains clinical examples, critical appraisals, and background papers from 14 other health disciplines such as critical care medicine, general practice, and nursing and physiotherapy. Health professionals from these other disciplines can substitute them for the examples and appraisals in this book and much more easily integrate its message into their own clinical practice. Secondly it contains extended descriptions (including sample Web pages) of several current evidence sources regularly consulted by the authors of this book. (Adapted from p. 10)

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Contents

Asking answerable clinical questions
13
How to find current best evidence
29
Diagnosis and screening 67
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