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Manuelle Medizin

, Volume 56, Issue 5, pp 374–383 | Cite as

Zur Evidenz bei osteopathischen Studien

  • Wolfgang von Heymann
  • Rigobert Klett
In der Diskussion
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Zusammenfassung

Die 2017 vorgelegte Literaturliste des BDOÄ (Bund Deutscher Osteopathischer Ärzte) zum aktuellen Stand der Literatur über osteopathische Forschungsergebnisse enthält u. a. 35 Publikationen zu randomisierten kontrollierten Studien („randomized controlled trials“, RCT) und Metaanalysen bzw. Reviews. Sie werden hier nach einer Konsensusbewertung durch Vertreter der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Manuelle Medizin (DGMM) vorgestellt. Diese Zusammenstellung dient in erster Linie der Information über den Stand der wissenschaftlichen Unterlegung der osteopathischen Medizin.

Schlüsselwörter

Osteopathische Ärzte Osteopathische Medizin Zusatzweiterbildung Forschung Evidenzbasierte Medizin 

On evidence in osteopathic studies

Abstract

The literature list compiled in 2017 by the BDOÄ (Bund Deutscher Osteopathischer Ärzte) regarding the current status of literature on results of osteopathic research includes 35 randomized controlled trials and meta-analyses/reviews. These are presented herein following their consensus evaluation by representatives of the DGMM (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Manuelle Medizin). The primary purpose of this summary is to provide information on the current status of scientific scrutinization of osteopathic medicine.

Keywords

Osteopathic physicians Osteopathic medicine Graduate medical education Research Evidence-based medicine 

Notes

Interessenkonflikt

W. von Heymann und R. Klett geben an, dass kein Interessenkonflikt besteht.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BremenDeutschland
  2. 2.Praxis Manuelle & Osteopathische MedizinLanggönsDeutschland

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