The PDF has
the following topics related to Evidence Based Medicine : What is Evidence Based
Medicine?, Steps in EBM Process, Clinical Scenario, Construct a Well Built
Clinical Question, Going Back to Maria, Type of Question: What Type of Study,
Select the Appropriate Resource and Conduct the Search, Boolean Principle,
Format of Journal Report, Evidence-based Family and Community Practice, Critical
Appraisal of An Article on Diagnostics, Decision analysis, Case Scenario, Primary Validity Guides, Secondary Validity Guides, Sensitivity and
Specificity, Likelihood Ratio, Critical appraisal of an article on
medicine (EBM) is the conscientious, explicit, judicious and reasonable use of
modern, best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients.
The page has the following topics related to Evidence Based Medicine : Need for Evidence Based Approach in Making Decisions in Family
Medicine, Difference Between Evidence Based Medicine and Evidence Based Health
Care, Gap Between Research and Practice, Complexity of the Primary Health Care
(Family Medicine), Classification of Evidence – Information Levels, How to
Start: 5 Steps Process for Use of Evidence Oriented Approach in Family Medicine,
Cohrane Collaboration and Cohrane Library, Practical Application, Conclusion.
Author(s):Izet Masic, Milan
Miokovic, and Belma Muhamedagic, National Library of Medicine
This note covers the
following topics: Hx / ID / Biostatistics, Study Designs: RCTs, Cohorts, Study
Designs: Ecologic, X-Sectional, Case-Control, Bias, Confounding, EBM:
Introduction and Concepts, EBM: Sources and Searches, Dx: Sens / Spec, PPV, NPV,
LR, Tx: NNT.
The book, Advances in Patient Safety: From Research to
Implementation describes what federally funded programs have accomplished in
understanding medical errors and implementing programs to improve patient safety
over the last 5 years. The 140 articles in the 4-volume set cover a wide range
of research paradigms, clinical settings, and patient populations.
The goal of this technical review is to critically examine the issue
of care coordination for children with special health care needs (CSHCN). Of
particular interest is the knowledge base relating to those aspects of care
coordination for CSHCN that are of greatest importance to current practice and