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PDQ Evidence-Based Principles and Practice (Book with CD-Rom for Windows and Macintosh)

BMJ 2000; 320 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.320.7239.947/a (Published 01 April 2000) Cite this as: BMJ 2000;320:947
  1. Tim Lancaster, clinical reader in general practice
  1. Division of Public Health and Primary Care, Institute of Health Sciences, Oxford

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    Ann McKibbon

    B C Decker, £18.95, pp 212 ISBN 1 55009 118 2

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    In Clinical Epidemiology Sackett and colleagues proposed that the ability to find, appraise, and apply evidence should be a core professional skill. After almost a decade of evidence based medicine (or its more politically correct sibling, evidence based health care), how close are we to that aspiration? Judged by process, evidence based health care is part of the establishment. Medical schools have enthusiastically built it into the curriculum. Workshops, courses, and …

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