Evid Based Nurs 4:72 doi:10.1136/ebn.4.3.72
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Smart Health Choices: How To Make Informed Health Decisions

  1. Michael Evans, MD
  1. Department of Family and Community Medicine University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario, Canada

      Smart Health Choices aims to provide healthcare consumers with the necessary tools to assess health advice, whether from a physician, a naturopath, the media, the internet, or a friend. This book is targeted at healthcare consumers, not clinicians. It is written by an Australian trio with various perspectives: a husband and wife team (she is a “communicator” and healthcare consumer; he is a clinically trained epidemiologist) and a medical writer.

      Smart Health Choices is a small paperback with brief chapters, useful summaries, and …

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