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Teaching Evidence-based Ophthalmology

Authors: Joaquín Fernández, Noemí Burguera Giménez
Annals of Eye Science 2019; doi: 10.21037/aes.2019.07.02

Over the last years the amount of biomedical information published has reached an unstoppable progression. One ophthalmologist fully dedicated would only reach a very little proportion of the information published, during his working day. Therefore, the practice of Evidence-Based Ophthalmology (EBO) not only requires reading scientific articles, but also reading the right articles at the right time and then modifying the physician’s behavior in light of what has been found. All the information searched and critical evaluation will be futile, if similar effort is not made towards the valid application of the evidence and in the measurement of progress towards the objectives.

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