Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice

Causation and evidence-based practice an ontological review

This paper – from Prof. Roger Kerry, Thor Eriksen, Prof. Svein Anders Noer Lie, Prof. Stephen Mumford, and Dr. Rani Anjum – has been published in the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. The abstract says: “This paper explores the nature…
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Medicine’s perception of reality – a split picture: critical reflections on apparent anomalies within the biomedical theory of science

This article has been published in the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. Although it concerns medical philosophy and practice in general, much of its content is relevant to mental healthcare – especially given the biomedical model upon which the current…
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Thinking about complexity in health

Complexity Science is an emerging field that is highly relevant to the subject of healthcare in general and mental healthcare in particular. Related to this field are subjects such as complex adaptive systems, complexity theory and systems thinking. “ Thinking about complexity in health: A systematic review of the key systems thinking and complexity ideas in health ”…
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A philosophical argument against evidence-based policy

This article by Rani Anjum and Stephen Mumford was published (May 2016) in the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. Its subject – evidence-based policy and practice – is as relevant to mental healthcare as it is to biophysical healthcare. The…
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