• Psychology, Medicine
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    Zeitschrift fur arztliche…
    2001

[How much is "evidence-based"? An overview of the state of the art in research].

@article{Neises2001HowMI,
  title={[How much is "evidence-based"? An overview of the state of the art in research].},
  author={Gudrun Neises and J. Windeler},
  journal={Zeitschrift fur arztliche Fortbildung und Qualitatssicherung},
  year={2001},
  volume={95 2},
  pages={
          95-104
        }
}
The proportion of evidence-based health care gives rise to controversy. Estimates range from 4%-20%. Studies trying to ascertain the proportion of evidence-based healthcare show wide variations in the results depending on design, setting, subject, main outcome measures, methodology and definition of evidence from 11-82%. The results should not be generalized to community health care and should not be misused in public discussions. 

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