Chicago—It’s hard to believe that 30 years ago the idea of evidence-based medicine was a radical one. At an oral history event in September, leaders of the evidence-based medicine movement described the strong pushback they originally received.
“There was a backlash,” said Richard Smith, MD, a former BMJ editor and director of the Ovations initiative, during “Evidence-Based Medicine: An Oral History,” an event sponsored by the JAMA Network and the BMJ in conjunction with the International Congress on Peer Review and Biomedical Publication.
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