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8-31-Evidence based - SOC354K Part1: Monday 8/31 (Akobeng,,2005 Objectives o o o Knowwhyev

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SOC 354K Part 1:  The Influence of the Social Environment on Health and Illness Monday 8/31 Evidence-based medicine – documentary “Random Cuts” ( Akobeng, Archives of Diseases in Childhood, 2005 ) Objectives o Follow-up on life expectancy data o Learn what is evidence based medicine o Know why evidence based medicine is important o Know the five step in the evidence based medicine model o Watch part of the documentary “Random Cuts”
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Evidence Based Medicine Evidence based medicine (EBM) is a systematic approach to clinical problem solving which  allows the integration of the best available research evidence  with clinical  expertise and patient   values. Why is Evidence Based Medicine important? EBM is necessary to improve quality of care through the identification and promotion of  practices that work  AND the elimination of practices that are ineffective  or harmful
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2010 for the course SOC 354K taught by Professor Musick during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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8-31-Evidence based - SOC354K Part1: Monday 8/31 (Akobeng,,2005 Objectives o o o Knowwhyev

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