Thursday, October 1, 2009

Evid Based Med Table of Contents for 1 October 2009; Vol. 14, No. 5


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Table of contents
1 October 2009
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Purpose and procedure
EBM notebook
Paul Glasziou

Paul J Karanicolas, Victor M Montori, Holger Schünemann, and Gordon H Guyatt

Iveta Simera and Douglas G Altman

Munier Hossain
Michael E Farkouh

Raj S Padwal

Vivian Fonseca

Andrew Dunn

Neil Marlow

Alena Shantsila and Gregory Y H Lip

Arjun B Chatterjee

Brian A Primack

Mark J Alberts

Toshi A Furukawa

Tim Usherwood

David G Armstrong

Michael Denman
Jeff Andrews
Robert T Means, Jr

Lawrence J Cheskin and Stephen J Gange

Rizaldy Pinzon

Christopher B Granger
Clinical prediction guide
Les Toop and Dee Mangin, (Richards)
Resource reviews
Caroline De Brún

Daniel Newman

Annette Plüddemann
Additional articles abstracted in ACP Journal Club
Other articles noted

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