Ethics in Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Existential Choices Among Western Cultural Beliefs
Malec, James F.
Brain Injury. 1993 Sep/Oct; 7(5): 383-400.
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Malec, James F (2009-12)The ultimate goal of evidence-based medicine (EBM) is to develop a scientific basis for choosing interventions that will benefit individuals with defined characteristics under specified conditions. By referencing practice ...