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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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".
She offered specific examples and tools from her own institution, the University of Colorado, to pave the way for how nurses can switch gears to Evidence Based Practice.
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.
Joseph's Health Centre, Toronto for the Impact of the Development and Implementation of a Formal, Evidence Based Program to Support Priority Setting and Resource Allocation on Selected Patient Care and Health Care System Outcomes in an Urban Community Teaching Hospital;
Gambrill sets the stage in a particularly clear fashion by contextualizing the evidence based practice movement, distinguishing between evidence based practice and practice guidelines, and providing implications for the development of social work practice knowledge.
There has been a great deal of discussion of late concerning Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) and its clinical utility for Respiratory Therapy.
NeighborCare recently launched an Evidence Based Medicine training program for consultant pharmacists aimed at saving skilled nursing centers money and decreasing resident adverse drug reactions.
Acute Care Surgery and Trauma: Evidence Based Practice" is essential reading for all surgeons, fellows and residents, in particular those working in acute care, trauma, emergency and critical care medicine.
Evidence Based Model of Risk Assessment in Child Welfare (funded by Jessie Ball duPont Fund).
The growing interest in evidence based practice in social work is being accompanied by a similar interest in using substantive research evidence to inform social policy making.