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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Being Evidence Based in Library and Information Practice.
We know that evidence based practice means using the best available information, nursing expertise, and the context of the patient's current condition and needs to guide our care All of these components are important What does the research say?
The Institute of Medicine has set a goal that 90% of health-care decisions be evidence based by 2020.
LAHORE -- The two-day conference titled Role of Monitoring and Evaluation in Evidence Based Policymaking organized by Directorate General Monitoring and Evaluation (DGM and E) department of Planning and Development Punjab in collaboration with UNICEF concluded at a local hotel on Thursday.
Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) can be found as far back as the 1940s.
When the best research evidence (evidence based), clinical expertise (practitioner), and the patient values (value based) are integrated, the clinician and patient form a diagnostic and treatment alliance that optimizes clinical outcomes and patient quality of life.
The purpose of this study was to determine the understanding, awareness and practice of Evidence Based Dentistry (EBD) amongst dentists working at dental colleges in Karachi.
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.
(1.) The original definition of evidence-based medicine makes this clear: "The practice of evidence based medicine means integrating individual clinical expertise with the best available external clinical evidence from systematic research" (Sackett et al.
Evidence Based Dentistry is a process that restructures the way in which we think about clinical problems.