Evidence-based medicine (ebm), Advanced Statistics

Described by the leading proponent as 'the conscientious, explicit, and judicious uses of present best evidence in making the decisions about the care of individual patients, and  the integrating individual clinical experience with the best available external clinical evidence from the systematic research'.

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