StATS: Best EBM methods or teaching papers in 2004 (February 3, 2005).
Paul Glasziou compiled a list for the best EBM papers in 2004. These papers
had to deal with either methods for EBM or teaching of EBM. Here is the list:
- Arri Coomarasamy, Khalid S Khan. What is the evidence that postgraduate
teaching in evidence-based medicine changes anything? A systematic review.
- John Gabbay, Andrée le May evidence-based guidelines or collectively
constructed "mindlines?" Ethnographic study of knowledge management in
primary care BMJ 2004;329:1013.
- Sharon E Straus, Michael L Green, Douglas S Bell, Robert Badgett, Dave
Davis, Martha Gerrity, Eduardo Ortiz, Terrence M Shaneyfelt, Chad Whelan,
Rajesh Mangrulkar, the Society of General Internal Medicine Evidence-Based
Medicine Task Force Evaluating the teaching of evidence-based medicine:
conceptual framework BMJ 2004;329:1029-1032.
- Victor M Montori, Nancy L Wilczynski, Douglas Morgan, R Brian Haynes,
for the Hedges Team. Optimal search strategies for retrieving systematic
reviews from Medline: analytical survey. BMJ 2005;330:68.
- Wilczynski NL, Haynes RB, the Hedges Team. Developing optimal search
strategies for detecting clinically sound prognostic studies in MEDLINE: an
analytic survey. BMC Medicine 2004, 2:23 (9 June 2004)
- Peter C. Wyer, Sheri Keitz, Rose Hatala, Robert Hayward, Alexandra
Barratt, Victor Montori, Eric Wooltorton, and Gordon Guyatt *Tips for
learning and teaching evidence-based medicine introduction to the series*
Can. Med. Assoc. J., Aug 2004; 171 347 - 348
- McKibbon KA, Wilczynski NL, Haynes RB. What do evidence-based secondary
journals tell us about the publication of clinically important articles in
primary healthcare journals? BMC Medicine 2004, 2:33 (6 September 2004)
- Katrak P, Bialocerkowski AE, Massy-Westropp N, Kumar S, Grimmer KA BMC
Med Res Methodol. 2004 Sep 16;4(1):22. A systematic review of the content of
critical appraisal tools.
- Maher CG, Sherrington C, Elkins M, et al. Challenges for evidence-based
physical therapy accessing and interpreting high-quality evidence on
therapy. Phys Ther. 2004;84644-654.
- Philips Z et al. Review of guidelines for good practice in
decision-analytic modelling in health technology assessment. Health Tech
which was published on the evidence-based Health email discussion group. He
offered thanks to Sue Lacey Bryant, Jon Brassey, Douglas Badenoch, Robert
Grant, Reinhard Wentz, and Andrew Booth for suggestions.
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