What is evidence-based medicine?

Answer Evidence-based medicine, a core tenet of the current practice of medicine, calls for the use of scientific data to make decisions about patient care. It does not, however, rely on science alone.Fou... Read More »

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Why would some say that Alternative Medicine is not "evidence" based?

When I started visiting YA, I noticed "not evidence based" was brought up a lot to attack alternative medicine, and given the context of the term and how it was used, I assumed the term was mostly ... Read More »

Who invented evidence based practice in medicine?

Evidence-based practice focuses on experimentation, observation and analysis of diseases and symptoms for optimum patient care and prevention. This medical philosophy was invented by Archie Cochran... Read More »

What does evidence-based rehabilitation mean?

Evidence-based rehabilitation, also known as EBR, is the practice of using studies and established data or evidence to build a foundation of results and recommendations from a specific medical meth... Read More »

How to Design an Evidence-Based Intervention?

Designing an evidence-based intervention is a process that requires research and planning. There are many evidence-based interventions for mental health, substance abuse, and in psychological and e... Read More »