Top 20 Research Studies of 2017 for Primary Care Physicians: A Guide By Dr. Grad and Dr. Ebell

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In an ongoing series of articles published in American Family Physician, Dr. Roland Grad (McGill University), in collaboration with Dr. Mark Ebell (University of Georgia) have summarized research studies published in 2017 that were ranked highly for clinical relevance by members of the Canadian Medical Association who received daily summaries of studies that met POEMs (patient-oriented evidence that matters) criteria. This year's top 20 studies included potentially practice-changing research on areas such as cardiovascular disease and hypertension; musculoskeletal conditions; screening; and practice guidelines from the American College of Physicians and the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.

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