Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice

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The Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice is a high quality international scholarly journal which is concerned with the evaluation and development of clinical practice across medicine, nursing and the allied health professions. All aspects of health services research and public health policy analysis and debate are of interest to the Journal whether studied from a population-based or individual patient-centred perspective. Of particular interest to the Journal are articles on all aspects of clinical effectiveness and efficiency including:

Evidence-based medicine
Clinical practice guidelines
Clinical decision making
Clinical services organisation
Implementation and delivery
Health economic evaluation
Health process
Outcome measurement and
New or improved methods (conceptual and statistical) for systematic inquiry into clinical practice.

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