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Best Evidence Topics (BETs) are simple reviews of the current best evidence available to answer simple, common and specific clinical questions. They are designed to be a quick and achievable method of enabling the incorporation of evidence into clinical practice.
Diagnostic support system from Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine provides possible diagnoses or causes for clinical signs and symptoms. Also provides a brief synopsis of the diagnosis/cause including: 1) a general description, 2) species affected, 3) signs/symptoms and 4) a list of recent literature references.
An innovative journal produced by RCVS Knowledge’s Library & Information Services team, who watch the content of over 100 veterinary journals and other key sources to compile a shortlist of the most important articles for each bi-monthly email.
Evidence-based Veterinary Practice Resources
Overviews of Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine Practice
May 2007 issue of Veterinary Clinics of North America Small Animal Practice devoted to all aspects of EBVM, including refining the clinical question, searching, appraising, interpreting statistics, clinical reasoning, and examples of their application to small animal practice.
The Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine Association (EBVMA) is a non-profit professional organization founded to better organize the emerging research, training and practice of evidence-based veterinary medicine. Site includes literature lists, netcasts and forums about EBVM.