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Evaluating Scientific Study Designs and Their Role in Practicing Evidence-Based Medicine

Evaluating Scientific Study Designs and Their Role in Practicing Evidence-Based Medicine

Evaluating Scientific Study Designs and Their Role in Practicing Evidence-Based Medicine

LeMac’ Morris, DVM, MPH, Dipl. ACVPM
LeMac’ Morris, DVM, MPH, Dipl. ACVPM
on behalf of American Association of Feline Practitioners

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Launch date: 06 Oct 2015

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Last updated: 20 Oct 2017

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Evaluating Scientific Study Designs and Their Role in Practicing Evidence-Based Medicine
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Latest User Comments

Dr Jennifer Caffey DVM (18 May 2017)
Good Course
Dr Sandy Valverde DVM, CCRT (10 May 2017)
The seminar was excellent - very helpful
Alexandra Beall (25 Apr 2017)
Helpful in determining their is a hierarchy of knowledge for study types.

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Course Availability

This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

When you read a veterinary journal article and apply what you have learned to a clinical situation, do you consider the way information was collected? This webinar will discuss how research study designs are not created equal. Knowing how to valuate research is a critical part of practicing evidence-based veterinary medicine. Learn how to assess the strength of scientific evidence when making critical judgments and decisions for your practice.

Objectives

Difference in Studies
Appreciate the difference between correlational studies versus causational studies.
Types of Support
Understand what types of scientific support comes from different study types.
Hierarchy of Knowledge
Appreciate there is a hierarchy of knowledge with regard to study types
LeMac’ Morris, DVM, MPH, Dipl. ACVPM

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LeMac’ Morris, DVM, MPH, Dipl. ACVPM
on behalf of American Association of Feline Practitioners

Dr. LeMac’ Morris is a technical manager for Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc., providing consultations to companion animal facilities such as veterinary clinics, breeders and animal shelters on minimizing the spread of infectious diseases. Dr. Morris is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Association of Shelter Veterinarians, Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, and a Diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • AAVSB-Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE)
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 70
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    Reference number: 29345
  • New York State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
  • 1.00 Hours

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User Reviews (11)

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Dr Jennifer Caffey DVM (18 May 2017)
Good Course
Dr Sandy Valverde DVM, CCRT (10 May 2017)
The seminar was excellent - very helpful
Alexandra Beall (25 Apr 2017)
Helpful in determining their is a hierarchy of knowledge for study types.
Dr Joseph Orthoefer DVM, Mph, MAPA (20 Apr 2017)
I am the veterinarian for the IACUC. I review many protocols. They arethe ame for public as research .
Mrs Nicole Sanders LVT (17 Feb 2017)
Very helpful and informative
Dr Terezie Goedde-Stanberry DVM (30 Dec 2016)
Good talk.
Bill Hah (19 Dec 2016)
It is very good subject for old timer like me. It is very important to understand evidence based medicine. I will pay more attention to journal articles to see where they belong to.
Dr James O'Bryan DVM (14 Dec 2016)
I think this is a wonderful review of the basics to remind us that we are scientist first. Science does not have emotion and is only the facts. As scientists we need to interpret the data in the same manner, without emotion.
Sir Chris Gutierrez (5 Dec 2016)
It was nice very enjoyable
Dr teresa hampton dvm (26 Nov 2016)
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Ms Megan Raymond CVT (28 Oct 2016)
Very helpful and information filled.

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