The Role of Ethical Publishing in Promoting the Evidence-Based Practice of Urology
Fitzpatrick, John M
World journal of urology 2011 Jun; 29(3): 319-24
An evidence-based approach to the practice of urology relies on the accumulation of a body of evidence from clinical research. Ethical publishing has a major role to play in building confidence in the compiled evidence, which can lead to the development of clinical practice guidelines and new treatment paradigms.
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