Practice-Based Evidence in Community Guide Systematic Reviews

  title={Practice-Based Evidence in Community Guide Systematic Reviews},
  author={Namita Vaidya and Anilkrishna B. Thota and Krista K. Proia and Sara Jamieson and Shawna L. Mercer and Randy W. Elder and Paula Yoon and Rachel Kaufmann and Stephanie Zaza},
  journal={American Journal of Public Health},
Objectives To assess the relative contributions and quality of practice-based evidence (PBE) and research-based evidence (RBE) in The Guide to Community Preventive Services (The Community Guide). Methods We developed operational definitions for PBE and RBE in which the main distinguishing feature was whether allocation of participants to intervention and comparison conditions was under the control of researchers (RBE) or not (PBE). We conceptualized a continuum between RBE and PBE. We then… 

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