Evidence Based Medicine
Evidence Based Medicine activities may include, but are not limited to, lectures, seminars, journal club, research projects, clinical teaching. These activities help assure that residents and fellows obtain and evaluate scientific evidence in its application to patient care. Some methods to consider in evaluating these activities include, but are not limited to:
Here are a number of other resources that may also be useful to you in the development and implementation of program's approach to competency and outcomes assessment and improvement. The information contained in these approaches reflects those undertaken by your UMMC's colleagues, as well as others in your profession to develop and implement the Practice Based Learning and Improvement competency within their program or institution in the following areas:
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University of Toronto has a website that is a resource for teaching and assessing evidence based medicine which you may find useful in developing your approach http://www.cebm.utoronto.ca/
The New York Academy of Medicine Library and the American College of Physicians in New York Chapter have collaborated to create a resource for teaching evidence based medicine http://www.ebmny.org
The University of Alberta contains an excellent toolkit resource for teaching evidence based medicine http://www.library.ualberta.ca/subject/evidence/guide/index.cfm#journals
This page was last updated: July 17, 2013