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From: Computer-based teaching is as good as face to face lecture-based teaching of evidence based medicine: a randomised controlled trial

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Comparison of attitudinal gains achieved through computer-based session versus lecture. The questions used to assess attitudes were as follows: A. EBM is a passing fashion B. Systematic reviews play a key role in informing evidence-based decision-making. C. Clinical judgement is more important than EBM. D. Systematic reviews are key to informing EBM. E. Evidence-based decision-making is "health care by numbers". F. Study design is important in article selection. Responses were measured on a five points Likert scale. Attitudinal change was defined as the change between baseline and post intervention assessments. There was no statistically significant difference between the attitudinal gains achieved through two teaching strategies (Fisher exact tests).

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