Stacey Tanenbaum

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The US outcomes movement assumes, and sometimes argues, the primacy for medical practice of probabilistic knowledge derived from methodologically rigorous statistical studies. 'Evidence-based medicine,' then, is considered a course of clinical medicine prescribed by such research. Implementation of evidence-based medicine as recently been uneven in the US,(More)
The scope of need and possible benefit of psychosocial interventions in late life far exceeds the scientific evidence of efficacy. Most studies have been conducted in academic settings with self-selected, relatively independent older adults for whom measures of benefit were narrowly defined. In reviewing the existing literature concerning individual, group,(More)
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