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Evidence-based psychiatry--do psychiatrists want it and can they do it?

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OBJECTIVE: To examine (a) psychiatrists' attitudes to evidence-based psychiatry, (b) whether psychiatrists have identifiable clinical information needs, (c) if such information is practically obtainable, and (d) how psychiatrists respond to the information obtained. DESIGN: We surveyed senior psychiatrists to enquire about their attitudes and to request up to three clinical questions they would like answered. We attempted to find evidence to answer the five most frequently asked questions usi...

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Lawrie, SM More by this author
Sharpe, MC More by this author
Journal:
Health bulletin
Volume:
58
Issue:
1
Pages:
25-33
Publication date:
2000-01-05
ISSN:
0374-8014
URN:
uuid:8e258934-eb54-4982-a32f-b06db0cd6800
Source identifiers:
177549
Local pid:
pubs:177549
Language:
English

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