EVIDENCE: First Issue Published – v1n1

The first issue of the Journal of Evidence-based Healthcare (EVIDENCE) has just been published and is available for download free of any charge.

Call for Papers – If you have unpublished papers which you would like to have peer reviewed and considered for publication in our journal, you maysubmit them at our website free of any charge.

Evidence accepts manuscripts resulting from original research focused on the critical exploration of the healthcare scientific field (specifically on the topics of publication bias, predictive values of research findings, inconsistencies in study designs and publications) and validation of clinical tools (accuracy of diagnostic / prognostic methods and efficacy / effectiveness / efficiency of therapies).

Be a reviewer – We would like to highlight that the Evidence is a scientific journal published through Open Journal Systems (OJS) as part of the Public Knowledge Project, an initiative to make the scientific knowledge available to the scientific community worldwide. If you are interested in joining our team of reviewers, please send us an email with your academic curriculum.

We are looking forward to your collaboration.

Thank you!

EVIDENCE v. 1, n. 1 (2019) – Table of Contents



On presenting Evidence and unboxing science
Luis Cláudio Correia, João de Deus Barreto Segundo
Why Unbox Evidence-based Medicine?
Luís Cláudio Lemos Correia
Science must speak truth to power
João de Deus Barreto Segundo, Ana Paula de Oliveira Villalobos, Luis Cláudio Correia

Original Articles

Felipe Reis, Julia Rodrigues Siqueira, Gabriela Andrade de Araújo, Leandro Calazans Nogueira, Ney Meziat Filho, Luis Correia

Concept Articles

The contribution of Douglas Altman’s research to the EVIDENCE Journal
Lucas Helal
Composite outcomes – the devil is in the details
Luis Eduardo Santos Fontes, Rachel Riera, Matheus Guedes Monteiro, Rafael Leite Pacheco
The Age of Evidence-Based Physiotherapy: the awakening of a new way of being a physiotherapist
Diego Ribeiro Rabelo, Bruno Teixeira Goes
Unconscious BIAS: we are more biased than we think!
Marcia Maria Noya-Rabelo

Critical Appraisal of Evidence

Empaglifozin cardiovascular benefit: can we separate fact from fiction?
Robson Brandão Silva
The End-Game for Pantoprazole in ICU? Not so fast…
Rodrigo Biondi
Transparency in Reporting Results From Randomized Clinical Trials
Robert M. Kaplan, Veronica Irvin
International Guidelines – Effects causing different recommendations
Doris Hennes-Bruns, Giulia Manzini

Systematic Reviews

Roberto Rodrigues Bandeira Tosta Maciel, Kelly Lima, Bruno Cesar Ferreira

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