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"Defining best practice...? Elementary my dear researcher."

"Defining best practice...? Elementary my dear researcher."
"Defining best practice...? Elementary my dear researcher."
In this brief but engaging article, the author ruminates on the political nature of research and on the problems this poses for East Asian Medicine, and points to the fact that the thorny business of defining best (or at least 'good enough') practice is of central importance here. He concludes by offering a richly simple model - based on the Five Phases (wu xing) - for defining what best practice is.

1351-6647
32-33
Flower, Andrew
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Flower, Andrew
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Flower, Andrew (2010) "Defining best practice...? Elementary my dear researcher.". European Journal of Oriental Medicine, 6 (4), 32-33.

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In this brief but engaging article, the author ruminates on the political nature of research and on the problems this poses for East Asian Medicine, and points to the fact that the thorny business of defining best (or at least 'good enough') practice is of central importance here. He concludes by offering a richly simple model - based on the Five Phases (wu xing) - for defining what best practice is.

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Published date: 2010

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Local EPrints ID: 168253
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/168253
ISSN: 1351-6647
PURE UUID: 2d07c2e1-88c3-4744-8604-aea3e0322789

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Date deposited: 25 Nov 2010 16:42
Last modified: 07 Jan 2022 23:49

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Author: Andrew Flower

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