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Operations And Supply Chain Management
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Operations And Supply Chain Management

Operations And Supply Chain Management

Book edition 14th
Author(s) F. Robert Jacobs
Pages 800 pages
ISBN 9780078024023

Short Answer

Use of the scientific method to develop standard methods for therapeutic interventions.

Evidence-based medicine (EBM) refers to the use of scientific methods in the development of standard methodologies for therapeutic treatments. EBM is the process of establishing different curative therapies and generating guidelines in situations with identical clinical issues utilizing scientific methodologies.

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Step by Step Solution Step 1: Introduction

The scientific method is a procedure that includes science or a systematic approach, experiments, and observations. We must use scientific methods when intervening. This enables us to provide an effective intervention for any ailment or illness.

Step 2: Analyze

The following are some applications for scientific intervention:

  1. Focus: It enables us to concentrate on the important area in which we intend to intervene.
  2. Pace: Using a scientific technique to create an intervention allows us to gain speed by allowing us to focus on the important area and test all possible hypotheses.
  3. Cause and effect: Just as we know the cause and effect process in an experiment, we can predict the effect of any intervention we prepare for any condition using scientific methods.
  4. Evaluation: Using scientific methods allows us to assess the effectiveness of our intervention.

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