Evidence-Based Medicine, or EBM, relies on best available evidence combined with clinician expertise and patient values to make health care decisions. The term Evidence-Based Medicine was first used in 1992, but the concept has grown exponentially in popularity since then.
"Best Evidence" is
"Clinician Expertise" refers to the education, knowledge, and experiences of the clinician that assist in decision-making.
"Patient Values" are the patient's circumstances, desires or wishes, previous experiences, concerns, and expectations that they bring to each clinical encounter.