17 Dec, 15 | by BMJ Clinical Evidence
By Dragan Ilic
The term evidence-based medicine (EBM) was first coined in the 1990s, with the aim of promoting the greater integration of evidence with clinical experience and patient values in medical decision making. EBM has since blossomed into an inter-disciplinary field, being adopted across medicine, nursing, allied health, health policy, and biomedical and health research. What initially began as EBM, has since evolved into evidence-based practice (EBP), evidence based clinical practice (EBCP) and evidence-based health care (EBHC). The last decade has seen the discipline embedded as a foundation unit across many medical, nursing and health science courses.
As someone who has been involved with the teaching of EBM to medical students for over a decade, I’ve always been curious to identify new strategies that may improve the student learning experience. more…