evidence based

evidence based

Referring to the systematic analysis (“meta-analysis”) of information on the effectiveness of various treatment options, evidence of which often comes from multi-national, multi-centre clinical trials, to provide the best care for patients.
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The Institute of Medicine has set a goal that 90% of health-care decisions be evidence based by 2020.
She said that Punjab's development priorities were fully aligned with those of the federal government, and the Punjab Growth Strategy 2018 and the Federal Government's Vision 2025 were an outcome of the same strategically evidence based approach also underpinned by Punjab's Medium Term Development Framework (MTDF) 2014-18.
Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) can be found as far back as the 1940s.
Evidence based medicine: What it is and what it isn't.
Evidence Based Macro Practice in Social Work, by Murali D.
Objective: To provide awareness to the dental practitioners regarding Evidence Based Dentistry (EBD) which is a new paradigm shift in the field of medical science.
Evidence Based Dentistry is a process that restructures the way in which we think about clinical problems.
Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabia, the Saudi Association for Evidence-Based Health Care will organize here on Wednesday the first symposium entitled "Towards Evidence Based Health Care".
There has been excellent work calling for an evidence-based approach to staffing providing some direction but not fully addressing the gap between theory and practice or the full continuum of staffing that needs to be evidence based.
A primer on evidence based review systems and their implications for behavioral medicine.
What is the evidence that postgraduate teaching in evidence based medicine changes anything?
An important finding of this study is that existing campus capacity in terms of organized staff and community were a important in adopting new evidence based prevention strategies.