BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine
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BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine (BMJ EBM) publishes original evidence-based research, insights and opinions on what matters for health care. We focus on the tools, methods, and concepts that are basic and central to practising evidence-based medicine and deliver relevant, trustworthy and impactful evidence.
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A series of articles covering a range of recent developments for a comprehensive synthesis of scientific evidence using network meta-analysis
Open and transparent research embodies good research practices by opening up participation in, and access to, the evidence lifecycle. This series provides a variety of articles on the theories and tools to improve the openness and transparency of health and medical research.
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These articles are written by patients and carers and provide learning for clinicians from a patient's experience.
Articles focus on one particular topic, including what it is like for patients to live with a condition or navigate the healthcare system. They can focus on aspects of treatment, offer a new angle on a familiar situation or ask controversial questions. Ultimately the article should give healthcare professionals practical things that they can do differently tomorrow due to reading the article.
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Analysis:Insights on the German College of General Practitioners and Family Physicians (DEGAM) guideline addressing medical overuse
23 February 2024
Research methods and reporting:Integrating large language models in systematic reviews: a framework and case study using ROBINS-I for risk of bias assessment
21 February 2024
Patient voices:Equity of access to healthcare for a patient with a severe intellectual disability
15 February 2024
Research methods and reporting:Rapid reviews methods series: guidance on rapid qualitative evidence synthesis
14 February 2024