Learning, weighing the evidence, and deciding: The path to making your own decision
Whether we are sick or healthy – almost every day we make both small and big decisions that affect our wellbeing. That is often not so easy: Sometimes simply the number of different options can be confusing. Or maybe we feel pressured into making a fast decision.
At the IQWiG Patient Information Day 2013 it was shown in three steps how useful medical knowledge can be distinguished from information that is superfluous or even unreliable.
This event was intended primarily for "beginners" – people new to finding and interpreting the results of clinical trials.