Evidence: New Issue Published – v1n2

The latest 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Call for Papers – If you have unpublished papers which you would like to have peer reviewed and considered for publication in our journal, you may submit them at our website free of any charge.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. 2 (2019) – Table of Contents

Masthead
63-66

Editorial

The yearly cost of formatting and why Evidence decided to focus on science and not on a favourite typeface
João de Deus Barreto Segundo, Luis Cláudio Correia
67-68

Original Articles

Rafael Sarkis-Onofre, Tatiana Pereira-Cenci, Rafaela Bassani, Matthew J. Page, Andrea C. Tricco, David Moher, Maximiliano Cenci, Gabriel Pereira
69-82
Ricardo Maia Ferreira, Pedro Lopes Ferreira, Luis Cavalheiro, José Alberto Duarte, Rui Soles Gonçalves
83-98

Concept Articles

Better understanding of ‘don’t confuse absence of evidence with evidence of absence’
Rafael Leite Pacheco, Luis Eduardo Santos Fontes, Ana Luiza Cabrebra Martimbianco, Rachel Riera
99-102
TheNNT.com: the concept, the mission, and the history
Shahriar Zehtabchi
103-105
In praise of “Our stubborn quest for diagnostic certainty”
Marco Bobbio
106-111

Critical Appraisal of Evidence

Jia Jian Li, Jessica Stetz
112-115

Thought Experiments

Denise Silva Matias, Luis Cláudio Lemos Correia, Daniel Oliveira Medina da Silva, Larrie Rabelo Laporte, Camila Verônica Souza Freire, Gabriel de Araújo Grisi, Tiago Masashi Tanigushi, Mariana Correia Moreira Cruz
116-124

Bridging the gap

Tânia Guimarães Lapa, Marcelo Nunes Dourado Rocha, Naomar Monteiro Almeida Filho, André Luis Mattedi Dias
125-130

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