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How to use an article on economic analysis

Thoma A, Sprague S, Tandan V, Evidence-Based Surgery Working Group. Users' guide to the surgical literature: how to use an article on economic analysis. Can J Surg 2001;44(5):347-54.

Abstract

Surgeons, regardless of their specialty, and whether they practise in a community or academic institution, make decisions not only on the care of their patients but also on hospital and health care policy. Surgeons provide input to various committees in the hospital, to regional health districts and to national organizations that influence the adoption of new surgical innovations.

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