Hyde, Chris; Ghosh, AmitK; Murali, Narayana S.
March 2005
ACP Journal Club;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 142 Issue 2, pA11
Academic Journal
The article presents information on two books "Decision Making in Health and Medicine" and "Essential Evidence-Based Medicine". "Decision Making in Health and Medicine" is an excellent resource dealing with the conduct of increasingly important and ubiquitous decision aids. Its main purpose is to provide insights and tools that can aid decision making in health care. "Essential Evidence-based Medicine" is of interest to both basic and advanced students of evidence-based medicine (EBM). The book includes a history of medicine and statistics and a thought-provoking essay on what constitutes EBM.


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