Evidence: New Issue Published – v2n1

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Call for Papers – If you have unpublished papers which you would like to have peer reviewed and considered for publication in our journal, you may submit them at our website free of any charge.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. 2, n. 1 (2020) – Table of Contents

Masthead PDF
1-6

Editorial

An immunization program against the COVID-19 infodemic
Luis Cláudio Correia, João de Deus Barreto Segundo
PDF
7-9

Research Articles

Physicians’ preference towards the non-evidence based hydroxychloroquine treatment for COVID-19: the pandemic effect
Luis Claudio Correia, João Ricardo Pinto Lopes, Flávia Barreto Garcez, Edmond Le Campion, Guilherme Barcellos, José Augusto Barreto-Filho
PDF
10-15

Choosing Wisely

Using resources wisely in the COVID-19 pandemic: an international list of Choosing Wisely recommendations
Karen Born, Wendy Levinson, Luis Claudio Correia, Sandra Vernero
PDF
16-21

Concept Articles

Study publication date should not dictate suitability of methodological and reporting quality assessment
Rafael Leite Pacheco, Luis Eduardo Santos Fontes, Enderson Miranda, Ana Luiza Cabrera Martimbianco, Rachel Riera
PDF
22-24
Why COVID-19 trials should be blinded (as any other one)
Rafael Leite Pacheco, Ana Luiza Cabrera Martimbianco, Carolina de Oliveira Cruz Latorraca, Rachel Riera
PDF
25-27
Hydroxychloroquine for the treatment of COVID-19: an approach based on the philosophy of science and heuristics
Davi Jorge Fontoura Solla
PDF
28-31
A safety profile is sufficient for using a drug?
Rodrigo S Biondi, Luis Cláudio Correia
PDF
32-34
Ensaios clínicos são mais difíceis de serem conduzidos em covid-19 do que em outras condições?
Rafael Leite Pacheco, Ana Luiza Cabrera Martimbianco, Raphael Einsfeld Simões Ferreira, Rachel Riera
PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL))
35-37
Glucocorticoid for croup in children
Jeffrey Hom, Ambreen S Khan
PDF
38-40
Evidence-based health and the judicialization of health in Brazil
Vania dos Santos Nunes-Nogueira, Mauro Salles Ferreira Leite
PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL)) PDF
41-44
The costly hydroxychloroquine battle in Brazil
Felipe Nogueira, Josikwylkson Costa Brito
PDF
45-47
Potential treatments for COVID-19 are not parachutes – avoiding a pandemic of medical reversals
Alison Felipe Alencar Chaves, Felipe Nogueira
PDF
48-50
Do pandemics justify non-evidence-based therapies?
Luís Cláudio Lemos Correia, John Mandrola
PDF
51-53

Critical Appraisal of Evidence

Markers of fluid responsiveness in hemodynamically unstable patients
Jia Jian Li, James Hassel, Joel Gernsheimer
PDF
54-56
Inhaled steroids for asthma after emergency department discharge
John Z Hillenkamp, Allan B Wolfson
PDF
57-59
Antiarrhythmics in patients with out-of-hospital-cardiac arrest do not improve survival to hospital discharge
Robert Allen, Peter Tepler, Ian de Souza
PDF
60-62

Registered Reports

Study protocol to evaluate cardiovascular disease prevention and control programs in an oil company
Maria Lúcia Ribeiro Rocha, Ana Marice Teixeira Ladeia
PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL)) PDF
63-73

Systematic Reviews

Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine for COVID-19 infection. Rapid systematic review
Rafael Leite Pacheco, Rachel Riera
PDF
74-92

Thought Experiments

A cloroquina e o paraquedas: uma fábula da era COVID19
Renato Gorga Bandeira de Mello
PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL)) PDF
93-96

Bridging the gap

Spin: modificações na redação científica que escondem fragilidades metodológicas com impacto social negativo
Charles Lucena Alves, Gabriel Gonçalves da Costa, João de Deus Barreto Segundo, Lucas Helal
PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL))
97-105
Do in vitro ao in vivo: a eficácia da cloroquina no tratamento da COVID-19
Filipe Mosca Guerra
PDF (PORTUGUÊS (BRASIL))
106-111

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