Evidence-Based Medicine vs. Patients

This is not just about technology but has important implications for dentistry.

A new buzzword entered the medical lexicon in 1992 when the Evidence-Based Medicine Working Group published one of the first articles on the phenomenon in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). In the years since, the role that evidence-based medicine (EBM) plays in medical care has increased exponentially. Some now question whether it should play such a prominent role.

TCS Daily – Evidence-Based Medicine vs. Patients.