Case of the Month
Case 10: April 2016
A widely held view, particularly in academia, is that clinical practice should be informed by evidence. While it might seem obvious that we should rely on evidence-based medicine, it isn’t as clear what that actually means. In a recent paper, John Ioannidis has made the case that reliance on evidence-based medicine is being abused.
- What does it mean to be “evidence-based”? (Click here to read the full case)
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