Evidence-based medicine

by | Oct 20, 2018 | Politics of Healthcare | 0 comments


Evidence-based medicine” is a term that’s supposed to describe the most up-to-date, scientific style of practicing medicine.

But I just don’t get it.

Here’s a definition of evidence-based medicine:

The conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients.

Is there an alternative? Should I not be conscientious? Should my knowledge base not be current?


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