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Medicina basada en evidencia (MBE): Contras
Berguer,A.; Berguer,R.;
Revista Espa?ola de Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial , 2003, DOI: 10.4321/S1130-05582003000500004
Abstract: the method of the "so called" evidence based medicine (ebm), ha become in the last ten years in the paradigm of the clinical investigation in health sciences. based on epidemiologic and statistic methods, with antecedents in agronomy and phylosophically linked with the hypothetic-deductive method, the ebm is being stablished as the unique doctrin that vallidates the scientigic work of these professionals, mis reading the scientifi paradigms that resulted the great advances that the medicine han experienced in ou generation. we feel that the ebm must be a help por the experience to concrete in a systematic and objetive way in practical recommedations, not a gneric conclusion, obtained from a group of patients, will become a specific actuation recommedation of a patient.
Controversias en torno a la medicina basada en evidencias
Fernández Sacasas,José A;
Revista Habanera de Ciencias M??dicas , 2011,
Abstract: medicine based evidence [mbe] settlements has produced in the turn of the century an enthusiastic wave of adhesion, at national e international scale, expressed in the acceptation of many of their principles directed towards legitimate in the scientific way the diagnostic and therapeutic procedures proposals intended as guidelines to be accepted. the core principle has been utilizing the best available evidence to set up the most appropriated medical behavior and reduce the margin of uncertainty in decision making area. soon come into view increasing questioning about their legitimization, extension and ethical justification. this paper intent to present mbe aspects considered useful and useless or critical as well as afford the critical viewpoint about this issue, as appear in his available bibliography, of professor j.a. llorens figueroa, distinguish and respected figure o cuban xx century medicine, whom this conference is dedicated.
Bridging the gap to evidence-based eye care
Richard Wormald
Community Eye Health Journal , 2004,
Abstract: In the first article in this series, I touched on the enormous challenge to make access to information equal for those who need it at the time and place when they need it. Only if this is achieved can we successfully promote an evidence-based approach to health care. The move towards open access publishing is taking us some way to achieving this. However, there are further gaps to be bridged if we are to turn eye care workers into evidence-based practitioners. We can define an evidence-based practitioner as one who combines their individual knowledge and expertise with the best available external clinical evidence from systematic research.
What is Evidence-Based Ophthalmology? Introducing the Cochrane Eyes and Vision Group
Richard Wormald
Community Eye Health Journal , 2003,
Evidence Based Medicine in Nuclear Medicine Practice;Part I: Introduction, Asking Answerable Questions and Searching for the Best Evidence
Ramin Sadeghi
Iranian Journal of Nuclear Medicine , 2009,
Abstract: Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) is a new approach to patient management which incorporates best evidence with the clinical expertise of the health care providers. Although this approach has had a rapid growth in many clinical disciplines, its applications in radiology and nuclear medicine has not been addressed sufficiently. In this review EBM is briefly explained and the first two steps of the evidence based practice are described.
Pérez S,Mónica; Contreras G,Yolanda; Olavaria B,Sonia;
Ciencia y enfermería , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-95532009000200004
Abstract: the purpose of this particular paper is to present keys concepts of evidence based practice to encourage its application in clinical attention. the moment when a clinical decision is made by a health professional is particularly critical and relevant because when this happens all of the knowledge, experience and the environment and circumstances of the health-illness process are connected and involved. values and preferences of the patient and his family should also be considered and assessed. the generation of evidence based medicine is a new tool to be employed when the need to apply efficient and effective clinical practice is critical. prestigious health centers and institutions have already developed new guidelines for the classification of available scientific evidence. thus, they can guide daily medical practitioners when revision of pertinent scientific paper is necessary for specific cases to be solved.
?Qué significa Medicina Basada en Evidencia?
Simonovis,N; Baddour P,Y; García,S; Madera,C;
Revista de la Facultad de Medicina , 2001,
Abstract: this paper critically review the meaning of evidence-based medicine. the study begins with thomas kuhn?s definition of paradigm and, according to the context it provides, the reason why evidence based medicine constitutes a change of paradigm. after an evaluation of the two main dissenting perspectives of the above mentioned paradigm it goes on to solve the controversy by means of an analysis of the phenomenology of knowledge and the etymology of the word evidence. it then concludes with the authors own position.
Evidence-based orthopaedics: A brief history
Hoppe Daniel,Bhandari Mohit
Indian Journal of Orthopaedics , 2008,
Abstract: Evidence-based medicine was recently noted as one of the top 15 most important medical discoveries over the past 160 years. Since the term was coined in 1990, EBM has seen unparalleled adoption in medicine and surgery. We discuss the early origins of EBM and its dissemination in medicine, especially orthopaedic surgery.
Self-perceived competence correlates poorly with objectively measured competence in Evidence Based Medicine among medical students
Nai Lai, Cheong Teng
BMC Medical Education , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1472-6920-11-25
Abstract: We recruited a group of medical students in their final six months of training between March and August 2006. The students were receiving a clinically-integrated EBM training program within their curriculum. We evaluated the students' self-perceived competence in two EBM domains ("searching for evidence" and "appraising the evidence") by piloting a questionnaire containing 16 relevant items, and objectively assessed their competence in EBM using an adapted version of the Fresno test, a validated tool. We correlated the matching components between our questionnaire and the Fresno test using Pearson's product-moment correlation.Forty-five out of 72 students in the cohort (62.5%) participated by completing the questionnaire and the adapted Fresno test concurrently. In general, our students perceived themselves as moderately competent in most items of the questionnaire. They rated themselves on average 6.34 out of 10 (63.4%) in "searching" and 44.41 out of 57 (77.9%) in "appraising". They scored on average 26.15 out of 60 (43.6%) in the "searching" domain and 57.02 out of 116 (49.2%) in the "appraising" domain in the Fresno test. The correlations between the students' self-rating and their performance in the Fresno test were poor in both the "searching" domain (r = 0.13, p = 0.4) and the "appraising" domain (r = 0.24, p = 0.1).This study provides supporting evidence that at the undergraduate level, self-perceived competence in EBM, as measured using our questionnaire, does not correlate well with objectively assessed EBM competence measured using the adapted Fresno test.International Medical University, Malaysia, research ID: IMU 110/06Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) has been incorporated into the curricula of many medical schools over the past two decades. Teaching learning activities and assessments in EBM are mainly based on the clearly defined domains of asking answerable clinical questions, searching for evidence, appraising the evidence and applying the evidence [1]
Diez a?os de medicina basada en pruebas: Introducción a la urología basada en pruebas
Tello Royloa,C.;
Actas Urológicas Espa?olas , 2003, DOI: 10.4321/S0210-48062003000400001
Abstract: the evidence-based medicine has become, in ten years of existence, a social phenomenon, that has spread to all the sectors of the health. the mbp has been defined as: the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients. the critical analysis of the health care, the new methods of clinical investigation and the development of computer science and the communication can be considerate the bases for the appearance of the mbp and other movements or related currents of thought, such as the health technology assessment, the "critical appraisal skils programme" or the "cochrane collaboration". the mbp is a system of self-taught and permanent learning, that consists of the successive execution of the following points: 1) converting the need for information into an answerable question, 2) tracking down the best evidence with which to answer that question, 3) critically appraising that evidence for its validity, impact, and applicability, and 4) the application of the results actually clinical. the mbp model has also received critics and objections, that are analyzed. the "asociación murciana de urología" has created a working group for the study, the practice and the application of this methodology in urology.
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