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Title Evidence-based dermatology / edited by Hywel C. Williams ; associate editors, Michael Bigby [and six others].
Imprint Chichester, West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2014.
Edition Third edition.

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Subject Evidence-based dermatology.
Skin Diseases.
Evidence-Based Medicine.
Alt Name Williams, Hywel C.,
Bigby, Michael E.,
Uniform Title Evidence-based dermatology (Williams)
Description 1 online resource
Edition Third edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record and CIP data provided by publisher.
Contents Cover; Dedication; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Preface; About the companion website; PART I: The concept of evidence-based dermatology; CHAPTER 1: The field and its boundaries; Introduction; What is special about dermatology?; A vast array of clinical entities; Extremely common disorders; Large variations in terms of health-care organization; Topical treatment may be possible; Limitations of clinical research; Disease rarity; Patients' preferences; The use of placebo in randomized control trials; Long-term outcome of chronic disorders; Self-control design.
The increasing role of industry-sponsored trialsThe limitations of systematic reviews; Evidence-based medicine: where do we go from here?; References; CHAPTER 2: The rationale for evidence-based dermatology; What is evidence-based dermatology?; Definitions; What evidence-based dermatology is not; Problems with other sources of evidence; Personal experience; Expert opinion; Uncontrolled data; The process of evidence-based dermatology; Step 1: asking an answerable structured question; Step 2: searching for the best external information; Step 3: sifting information for relevance and quality.
Step 4: applying the evidence back to the patientStep 5: recording the information for the future; Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 3: The role of patient and public involvement in evidence-based dermatology; Introduction; The many benefits and roles of patient and public involvement in health care; The skin shows: it matters psychologically and socially; Education and information for self-care; The role of patient support groups; The rise of internet and social networking; Patient and public involvement in the research process; The role of patient support groups; Cochrane systematic reviews.
Priority setting partnershipsClinical trials: development, delivery, and dissemination; Summary; Acknowledgments; References; CHAPTER 4: The Cochrane Skin Group; Background; The Cochrane Skin Group; Types of Cochrane reviews; Scope of the Cochrane Skin Group; Editorial process: join the Cochrane Skin Group and publish a high-impact paper!; Support offered by the Cochrane Skin Group editorial base; Responsibilities of Cochrane Skin Group author teams; How do review teams find trials?; The Cochrane Skin Group Specialized Register; The Cochrane Library; The role of consumers.
Impact of our reviewsCommunicating with different audiences; Co-publication; Cochrane Skin Group satellites; Contacting the Cochrane Skin Group editorial base; References; PART II: The critical appraisal toolbox; CHAPTER 5: Formulating well-built clinical questions; Introduction; Tips for building well-built clinical questions; The advantages of well-built clinical questions; What factors are important in generating well-built questions in a dermatology consultation?; References; CHAPTER 6: Finding the best evidence; References; CHAPTER 7: The hierarchy of evidence; References.
Summary Be sure your skin-care treatments have strong evidential support Evidence-based Dermatology, Third Edition takes a unique approach to clinical dermatology by emphasising use of only the highest quality available evidence when treating people with skin diseases. Beginning with a toolbox introduction to the practice of evidence-based dermatology, it then covers the application of evidence for dermatological treatments across a wide range of ailments, including: Common inflammatory skin diseases Skin cancer, moles and actinic keratoses Infecti.
ISBN 9781118357620 (epub)
1118357620 (epub)
9781118357637 (pdf)
1118357639 (pdf)
9781118357606
1118357604
9781118357675 (cloth)
OCLC # 867001321
Additional Format Print version: Third edition. Chichester, West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2014 9781118357675 (DLC) 2013049542


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