Step 4: Integrate Findings with Clinical Expertise and Patient Needs – A.T. Still University
Step 5: Communication and Evaluation – A.T. Still University
EBM Tools: Making a Decision – Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine
Step 4: Applying the Evidence – University of Minnesota Libraries
How to Use a Clinical Decision Analysis – Centre for Health Evidence
Integrating Research Evidence with the Care of the Individual Patient – Centre for Health Evidence
EBM Tools: Evaluating Performance – Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine
Making Evidence-Based Medicine Doable in Everyday Practice [PDF] – American Academy of Family Physicians
Applying the Evidence Worksheet [PDF] – Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries
What Do I Do With the Evidence? – University of New South Wales
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