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Trustworthy guidelines - excellent; customized care tools - even better

Elwyn, Glyn
Quinlan, Casey
Mulley, Albert
Vandvik, Per Olav
Guyatt, Gordon
Published in BMC Medicine. 2015, vol. 13, 199
Abstract The ability to do online searches for health information has led to concerns that patients find the results confusing and that they often lead to expectations for treatments that have little supportive evidence. At the same time, the science of summarizing research evidence has advanced to the point where it is increasingly possible to quantify treatment tradeoffs and to describe the balance between harms and benefits for individual patients.
Keywords AdultConsumer Health Information/standardsHealth CommunicationHealth Education/standardsHealth Information SystemsHumansInternetPatient Education as Topic/standardsPractice Guidelines as Topic
PMID: 26324120
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ELWYN, Glyn et al. Trustworthy guidelines - excellent; customized care tools - even better. In: BMC Medicine, 2015, vol. 13, p. 199. doi: 10.1186/s12916-015-0436-y https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:90345

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