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Rosmark-Calltorp, E. (2001). Reflections on Psychoanalysis, Peer Review and Evidence. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 10(3-4):197-200.

(2001). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 10(3-4):197-200

Reflections on Psychoanalysis, Peer Review and Evidence

Eva Rosmark-Calltorp, M.D.

During these times, when society wants “evidence” that treatments are effective, ethical and cost effective, quality assurance and evidence-based medicine have become catchwords. The powers that be place their hopes on them when they find that they have to prioritize forms of treatment. There are different attempts to define these concepts and there are different approaches, most of them based on quantitative studies. This article describes a different approach. It also discusses how you can use the model for peer review among psychoanalytical colleagues as a qualitative study and a base for both quality assurance and a learning process. It also has its place in any formulation of ‘evidence’ for psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.

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