Evidence-Based Orthopaedics

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Clinical decision-making based on the balanced application of the evidence is the central point of practicing evidence-based orthopedics (EBO). It involves the integration of our clinical expertise and judgment with patients' perceptions and societal values, and with the best available research evidence.

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titleThe User's Guide to the Surgical Literature

The Canadian Journal of Surgery has been publishing a series of articles entitled "The Users' Guide to the Surgical Literature" lead by the Surgical Outcomes Research Center (SOURCE) of McMaster University. The articles are focused around a surgical clinical scenario with the appropriate methodology reviewed and discussed as it applies to using research in surgical practice.

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Users' guide to the orthopaedic literature - what is a cost-effectiveness analysis?

titleAdvanced Clinical Evidence (ACE) Reports