Evidence-Based Medicine


Much of the care delivered today has been simply based on expert opinion. Evidence-Based Medicine’s (EBM)’s charge is to deliver care that has strong scientific validation. Ideally this term refers to the synthesis of individual, first-hand clinical experience with evidence garnered by external systematic research to create best practices in care delivery. It involves the interested clinician or organization asking a specific care question and then proceeding to systematically review published research to find practices backed by concrete data.

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