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Single Mind

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Which is not a common step in a practice-based evidence study?

a. Assemble a multidisciplinary project team
b. Measure patient severity
c. Obtain patient consent
d. Collect data

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meshella

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ANS: C
It is not necessary to obtain patient consent when treatment is not altered.

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Sagat

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Please could you help me with another one. Thank you