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Cine y Pediatría 8
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Vol. 4 - Num. 13

Evidence based Pediatrics

Banks of critical appraised topics; what are they and what are they for

José Cristóbal Buñuel Álvareza

aPediatra. Área Básica de Salud Gerona-4. Instituto Catalán de la Salud. Gerona. España.

Correspondence: JC Buñuel. E-mail: jcbunuel@gmail.com

Reference of this article: Buñuel Álvarez JC. Banks of critical appraised topics; what are they and what are they for. Rev Pediatr Aten Primaria. 2002;4:115-121.

Published in Internet: 31-03-2002 - Visits: 4099

Abstract

In this paper we describe what is a Critically Appraised Topic (CAT). CAT is the outcome of the work's methodology proposed by Evidence- Based Medicine (EBM). CAT is an answer to clinical question. CAT Banks are useful for proposing a rapid answer to a ?need? of clinic team fellows. In Primary Care Pediatrics Spanish Association there is a CAT Bank. The aim of this CAT Bank is to offer answers to important clinical questions made by Primary Care pediatricians.

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