[Role of health-related quality of life in clinical practice: subjectivity in evidence].

@article{Mart2009RoleOH,
  title={[Role of health-related quality of life in clinical practice: subjectivity in evidence].},
  author={Camelia Mart{\'i} and Alicia Santos and Juan Ybarra and M. L. Martinez and Eugenia Resmini and Olga Roig and Susan M Webb and M Jos{\'e} Barahona},
  journal={Endocrinologia y nutricion : organo de la Sociedad Espanola de Endocrinologia y Nutricion},
  year={2009},
  volume={56 6},
  pages={331-6}
}
The incorporation of subjective elements provided by the patient to medical practice constitutes a new bridge between two historical movements of human culture: naturalism and rationalism. In recent years, medical sciences have identified these movements as patient-centered medicine and evidence-based medicine. By revisiting the paradigms of medicine, theories of causality, doctor-patient relationship models, bioethical principles and examples of clinical studies, their role and meaning has… CONTINUE READING