Thursday, August 28, 2008

Medical journals promote non-evidence based CAM

I previously mentioned this problem with examples here and here. Quackwatch has placed BMJ and the Annals of Internal Medicine on its list of nonrecommended periodicals (subcategory Excellent Except for Too Many Poorly Reasoned Articles on "Complementary" and/or "Alternative" Medicine). Now Kimball Atwood, blogging at Science-Based Medicine, gives us a masterful expose of The Wooification of Medical Journals, featuring, among other examples, the latest from NEJM.

1 comment:

Alex said...

Dr. Donnell,

Do you have an e-mail address you can be reached on.
Alex - dev(at)