Evidence based medicine: Teaching with clinical relevance in an undergraduate medical curriculum
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The practice of Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) enables clinicians to integrate the individual patient situation, clinical expertise, and the best available evidence for quality patient care. A pilot series of tutorials in which students were guided through the EBM process to answer clinical questions focused on a patient seen in a clinical attachment are highlighted.
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