La relación entre medicina basada en la evidencia y toma conjunta de decisiones -JAMA

The Connection Between Evidence-Based Medicine and Shared Decision Making

This Viewpoint considers the interdependence of evidence-based medicine and shared decision making.

Evidence-based medicine (EBM) and shared decision making (SDM) are both essential to quality health care, yet the interdependence between these 2 approaches is not generally appreciated. Evidence-based medicine should begin and end with the patient: after finding and appraising the evidence and integrating its inferences with their expertise, clinicians attempt a decision that reflects their patient’s values and circumstances. Incorporating patient values, preferences, and circumstances is probably the most difficult and poorly mapped step—yet it receives the least attention.1 This has led to a common criticism that EBM ignores patients’ values and preferences—explicitly not its intention.

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