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Pragmatic Medicine: A Practical Guide to Evidence-Based Health Care



# Encyclopedia of Pragmatic Medicine Volumes I and II ## Introduction - Define pragmatic medicine as a cost-conscientious and practical approach to medicine that informs clinical or policy decisions based on real-world evidence . - Explain the difference between pragmatic and explanatory trials, and why pragmatic trials are more relevant for health care innovations. - Introduce the Encyclopedia of Pragmatic Medicine as a comprehensive and authoritative source of information on pragmatic research methods, examples, and applications. ## What is Pragmatic Research? - Describe the key features of pragmatic research, such as broad eligibility criteria, flexible intervention delivery, usual care comparison, patient-centered outcomes, and intention-to-treat analysis . - Explain how pragmatic research can be assessed using tools such as PRECIS-2 (PragmaticExplanatory Continuum Indicator Summary 2), which rates trials on nine dimensions of pragmatism. - Provide examples of pragmatic trials in different fields of medicine, such as family practice, surgery, physiotherapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy. ## Why is Pragmatic Research Important? - Discuss the benefits of pragmatic research for health care stakeholders, such as clinicians, patients, policy makers, regulators, and industry . - Highlight the challenges and limitations of pragmatic research, such as ethical issues, logistical difficulties, heterogeneity of effects, and potential bias . - Emphasize the need for more pragmatic research to bridge the gap between efficacy and effectiveness, and to improve the translation of evidence into practice . ## How to Conduct Pragmatic Research? - Outline the steps involved in designing, conducting, analyzing, and reporting pragmatic research. - Provide practical guidance and tips on how to address common issues and challenges in pragmatic research. - Refer to the Encyclopedia of Pragmatic Medicine for more detailed information and examples on each step. ## What are the Applications of Pragmatic Research? - Describe how pragmatic research can be used to inform clinical practice guidelines, health policy decisions, reimbursement strategies, and quality improvement initiatives . - Provide examples of how pragmatic research has influenced health care outcomes and costs in different settings and populations . - Discuss the future directions and opportunities for pragmatic research in the era of big data, digital health, and personalized medicine . ## Conclusion - Summarize the main points of the article and restate the value proposition of the Encyclopedia of Pragmatic Medicine. - Invite readers to explore the Encyclopedia of Pragmatic Medicine for more information on pragmatic research methods, examples, and applications. - Provide a call to action for readers to conduct or support more pragmatic research in their fields of interest. ## FAQs - What is the difference between pragmatic and explanatory trials? - How can I assess the level of pragmatism in a trial? - What are the benefits and challenges of pragmatic research? - How can I design and conduct a pragmatic trial? - How can I use pragmatic research to inform health care decisions?




Encyclopedia of Pragmatic Medicine Volumes I and II

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