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The PICO process is a technique used in evidence based practice to frame and answer a clinical or health care related question. The PICO framework is also used to develop literature search strategies. The PICO acronym stands for
- P – patient, problem or population
- I – intervention
- C – comparison, control or comparator
- O – outcome
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