Evidence for Health Decision Making — Beyond Randomized, Controlled Trials

A core principle of good public health practice is to base all policy decisions on the highest-quality scientific data, openly and objectively derived. Determining whether data meet these conditions is difficult; uncertainty can lead to inaction by clinicians and public health decision makers.…

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