No magic bullets: a systematic review of 102 trials of interventions to improve professional practice.

@article{Oxman1995NoMB,
  title={No magic bullets: a systematic review of 102 trials of interventions to improve professional practice.},
  author={Andrew D. Oxman and Michael A. Thomson and David A. Davis and R. Brian Haynes},
  journal={CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal = journal de l'Association medicale canadienne},
  year={1995},
  volume={153 10},
  pages={1423-31}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine the effectiveness of different types of interventions in improving health professional performance and health outcomes. DATA SOURCES MEDLINE, SCISEARCH, CINAHL and the Research and Development Resource Base in CME were searched for trials of educational interventions in the health care professions published between 1970 and 1993 inclusive. STUDY SELECTION Studies were selected if they provided objective measurements of health professional performance or health… CONTINUE READING
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