The value of personal experience in academic medicine

Autor: Gómez Almaguer David


In today’s scientific world, there is a requirement for studies to be controlled, randomized, “blinded”, etc. for small, medium or major decision-making, nearly at the risk of being excommunicated or even worse. This is a world full of guidelines, consensus, and the information of “evidencebased medicine”. Thus, we wonder if there is still a place for the voice of personal experience, or the existence of an “expert” in medicine.

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2014-12-03   |   526 visitas   |   Evalua este artículo 0 valoraciones

Vol. 16 Núm.63. Abril-Junio 2014 Pags. 45 Med Univer 2014; 16(63)