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This clear and concise book shows the reader how to answer basic questions such as: /does this treatment work? /What unwanted effects might a treatment give? /What is the best treatment for a given condition? /How can I extract useful information? The book explains the need for evidence-based medicine (EBM) and outlines the best ways to analyse and evaluate published information. It guides the reader in identifying the right evidence and assessing its value in day-to-day practice. The book includes a section on making best use of the Internet, shows the many uses of evidence in pharmacy and gives specific examples to illustrate key points. Useful appendices provide information on website addresses, journals and other publications from the Department of Essential Drugs and Medicines Policy. It is essential reading for pharmacists in hospitals, in the pharmaceutical industry and in the community, and for students of pharmacy.
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