EBM


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EBM

Abbreviation for:
epithelial basement membrane
evidence-based medicine, see there 
experimental biology and medicine
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The EBM approved inquiry against the management of National Highway Authority (NHA) and others for causing Rs 14 billion losses to the national exchequer in illegally awarding Karachi-Lahore Motorway-III, Abdul Hakeem, (230km) contract to Messers China Railway, 20 Bureau Group Corporation.
The EBM approved inquiry against the management of National Highway Authority (NHA) and others for causing a collective loss of Rs 14 billion to the national exchequer by illegally awarding Karachi-Lahore Motorway-III, Abdul Hakeem, (230km) contract to Messers China Railway, and 20 Bureau Group Corporation.
For respondents who indicated that their programs utilized librarians, we inquired about the specific role of librarians, including their integration into EBM curricula.
Therefore, readers might be tempted to read highly rated EBM articles less critically and less incisively than articles that do not have the imprimatur of EBM (I have no evidence to support this suspicion, of course, and it is not part of the wisdom put forth by Ioannidis).
The EBM also decided to close inquiry against Neelum Jehlum Project on the issue of Procurement of Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) in Neelum Jehlum Project and complaint verification against Karachi Port Trust (KPT) officials due to lack of incriminating evidence.
EBM was the only Pakistani company that was present on most sought after locations at the GulfoodExhibition and hence a means of promoting the Pakistani heritage and origin.
EBM education has been integrated into medical curricula in western countries.
Chapter 7 is a report on Gupta's group interviews of mental health experts, philosophers, and EBM developers about their views of ethics in the context of EBM.
7) At a clinical level, the defining features of real EBM are: making ethical care of the patient the top clinician priority; demanding individualised evidence in a form that both the clinician and patient can understand; being characterised by expert judgement rather than the following of mechanical rules; and sharing clinical decision-making with patients via meaningful conversations.
The EBM programmes are designed to equip those people who want to contribute to the leadership of an organisation by becoming board members.
EBM is a subject that can be learnt and taught, and is being taught at various medical facilities throughout the world using different methods.
It will serve as a guide for the future integration of EBM into routine service delivery," the statement said.