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The Evidence-Based Primary Care Handbook

BMJ 2000; 321 doi: (Published 02 September 2000) Cite this as: BMJ 2000;321:576
  1. D R Hannay, professor of general practice
  1. Kirkdale, Carsluith, Wigtownshire

    Ed Mark Gabbay

    Royal Society of Medicine Press, £19.50

    ISBN 1 85315 415 6

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    Evidence based medicine is fashionable and, at face value, a simple concept that should be self evidently desirable. In practice, it is a rapidly changing and complex field driven by information technology. This handbook attempts to bridge the gap between the sunny uplands of what is desirable and the realities of trying to provide evidence based primary care at the coal face of general practice. …

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