The three worlds of health information

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The applicability, validity and usefulness of Karl Popper's Three Worlds' epistemology is examined, with specific reference to health-care information and knowledge. It is concluded that Popper's ideas provide a valuable way of understanding this domain and that, in particular, Popper's controversial World 3' of objective knowledge is a valid concept. 10.1177/016555150202800106

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