Ten Lessons for Evidence-Based Technology Assessment
Eisenberg, John M.
JAMA. 1999 Nov 17; 282(19): 1865-1869.
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Virtual Guiding Lights Review of the Websites of the National Guideline Clearinghouse (Http://www.guideline.gov); Health Services/Technology Assessment Text (Http://text.nlm.nih.gov/ftrs/gateway/); Ottawa Hospital General Campus Library Evidence-Based Medicine and Practice Resources (Http://www.ogh.on.ca/library/evidence.htm); How to Use a Clinical Practice Guideline (http://hiru.mcmaster.ca/ebm/userguid/8_cpg.htm) Morris, Kelly (1999-04-24)
Health Technology Assessment: A Comprehensive Framework for Evidence-Based Recommendations in Ontario Johnson, Ana P.; Sikich, Nancy J.; Evans, Gerald; Evans, William; Giacomini, Mita; Glendining, Murray; Krahn, Murray; Levin, Les; Oh, Paul; Perera, Charmaine (2009-04)