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Evidence Based Practice: Filtered Resources

A guide to the fundamentals of Evidence Based Medicine.

What are filtered resources?

Filtered resources have undergone critical review, and often contain recommendations for practice. Such sources include

Systematic Reviews

‚ÄčFocused on a specific clinical questions, systematic reviews are a comprehensive overview of the existing literature, with the less reputable results eliminated. Then, specific guideline and recommendations for practice are based off of the remaining well done studies.

Critically-Appraised Topics

A summary of research evidence and practice recommendations based around a clinical question, a CAT is like a less rigorous and comprehensive version of a systematic review.

Critically-Appraised Individual Articles

Individual articles that have been evaluated and synopsized for practice recommendations.

Systematic Reviews

Critically-Appraised Topics & Articles