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  • 3 years ago
Why patients and docs make poor decisions. Challenge of evidence in practice. Steve Stovitz (AMSSM)

Why patients and docs make poor decisions. Challenge of evidence in practice. Steve Stovitz (AMSSM)

Steven Stovitz, MD, MS, directs the University of Minnesota’s Program in Primary Care Sports Medicine and is the associate director of the University of Minnesota’s Sports Medicine Fellowship. His clinical work is divided between the University of Minnesota’s Sports Medicine clinic and Orthopedic clinic along with the athletics department, where he is a team physician for University’s athletes.

Dr. Stovitz’s research involves the intersection of clinical medicine and epidemiology, as well as a variety of issues related to the study of obesity. He is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and a senior associate editor with the BJSM.

He has a special interest in evidence informed medicine and he challenges us with specific clinical settings where patients and doctors commonly make ‘inferior’ choices. Why does this happen? A thought-provoking podcast that may be best enjoyed at home with focus rather than driving on a windy coastal road!

See also:
Stovitz SD, Shrier I. S

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