EBVMA Podcast – Episode 3 – Developing a Clinical Question (Fletcher, Pratt and Fausak)

This is part 3 of 3 in the series The EBVMA Podcast

3rd EBVMA Podcast: Developing a Clinical Question with Dr. Daniel Fletcher, Dr. Chap Pratt, and Erik Fausak Download infographic Summary The process of developing a clinical question is divided into four categories: Patient Intervention Comparison Outcome The practice of evidence-based veterinary medicine (EBVM) starts with forming a clinical question. Forming a question that is highly […]

Development & Outreach Committee

Development & Outreach   Committee Chair: Dr. Brennen McKenzie* Join this committee ** This high-level committee has several objectives. Outreach is intended to engender awareness of the core tenets and goals of evidence-based veterinary medicine; a discrete yet cross-cutting endeavor involving many facets of veterinary medicine. This is done through the advocacy of the research, practice and education of […]

Research Committee

Research   Committee Chair: Dr. Stuart W. Turner* Join this committee ** The support of reporting guidelines (e.g. the REFLECT statement as a modification of the CONSORT statement for use in non-human trials), and other similar statements. EBVMA Research Grants and other awards that support the novel investigation of new EBVM methods or the evaluation and validation […]

Education Committee

Education   Committee Chair: Dr.Virginia Fajt* Join this committee ** The Education Committee is historically important because the EBVMA, as an organization, was founded as a natural extension to the first EBVMA Symposium held at Mississippi State University in 2004. Originally an onsite conference in various locations in the midwestern US every two years, our […]

Research Updates: June 2015

Systematic Review of Prognostic Factors for Mortality in Dogs with Immune-mediated Hemolytic Anemia J.W. Swann1 and B.J. Skelly Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine Volume 29, Issue 1, pages 7–13, January/February 2015 DOI: 10.1111/jvim.12514 Systematic Reviews of Animal Studies: Missing Link in Translational Research? Judith van Luijk , Brenda Bakker, Maroeska M. Rovers, Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga, Rob […]

Confirmation Bias

“Confirmation bias, also called myside bias, is the tendency to search for, interpret, or recall information in a way that confirms one’s beliefs or hypotheses.”[1] An example of this is the casual prescribing of an intervention for an unconfirmed diagnosis or for the right diagnosis but for an ineffective therapy, especially for a self-limiting disease. On […]