It is my conviction that by now, the beginning of 2005, everyone in healthcare is aware of the importance of knowledge transfer and evidence-based medicine, if not evidence-based practice. In fact, these phrases have become widely used crystallization points for innovative efforts, if not mantras, often repeated, sometimes gratuitously. Is it necessary, therefore, to compose a book on the subject of over 300 pages? Can anything be gained from reading this book? Can anything be added to the commonly accepted wisdom that evidence-based approaches are the way to go, and that going this way will provide solutions to our ailing healthcare system?
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