Evidence-based Medicine: the End of the Clinical Eye?

Friso Jansen discusses the movement in medicine that started in the early nineties which aims to base treatment decisions on the best available objective scientific evidence: a move away from – in their eyes – from a time when clinical knowledge, the knowledge gathered trough experience with patients and watching other doctors perform medicine, was all important and scientific studies were not used in a systematic way to improve patient care.

 

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