Evidence-based medicine

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Welcome to the Wikiversity learning project for Evidence-based medicine.

This project provides learning activities that help Wikiversity participants understand and make use of Evidence-based medicine.

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  • Evidence-based medicine article at Wikipedia.
  • Evidence-Based Medicine: How to Practice and Teach it (4th ed) by Sharon E. Straus MD (Author), Paul Glasziou MRCGP FRACGP PhD (Author), W. Scott Richardson MD (Author), R. Brian Haynes MD (Author)
This is the definitive text on evidence based medicine (EBM) that formally introduced most of the medical world to the concept and principals in 1997.
  • Users' Guides to the Medical Literature: A Manual for Evidence-Based Clinical Practice, Second Edition (Jama & Archives Journals) Gordon Guyatt (Author), Drummond Rennie (Author), Maureen Meade (Author), Deborah Cook (Author)
From the JAMA Users' Guides working group, a concise introduction to EBM.
  • Epidemiology: An Introduction by Kenneth Rothman
  • Epidemiology by Leon Gordis
  • Causal inference by Miguel P. Hernan