How do we walk back non-evidence-based medicine?

Gabrielle Lis

The road to the de-adoption of low value healthcare is littered with good intentions, backseat drivers, evidence, eminence and economics.

No one likes a back seat driver. Full of opinions about what should-have-been and what has-to-happen-right-now, they have the luxury of criticising and advising without actually having their hands on that all-important wheel. So it should come as no surprise that health professionals don’t always welcome outside interference in the process of clinical decision-making. Consider, for instance, the potential for an evidence-based medicine to...

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Published 18 March, 2021 | Updated 23 March, 2021