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Slide Presentation from the AHRQ 2007 Annual Conference

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Evidence: USPSTF

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  • A - Strongly recommend
    • Good evidence that the benefits substantially outweigh harms
  • B—Recommend
    • At least fair evidence that benefits outweigh harms
  • C—USPSTF makes no recommendation
    • Recommend against routinely providing X service for Y population. There may be considerations supporting the provision of the service in an individual patient.
  • D—Recommend against routine use
    • Ineffective or harms outweigh potential benefits
  • I—Insufficient evidence to make a recommendation
    • No evidence or poor quality evidence


Presenter: Tricia

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