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Med Ref Serv Q. 2004 Summer;23(2):21-31.

Evaluation of evidence-based medicine search skills in the clinical years.

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Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library, The George Washington University, Washington DC 20037, USA. mlbaml@gwumc.edu

Abstract

The librarians of the Health Sciences Library worked with the director of the Primary Care Clerkship to reinforce the principles of Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) searching, taught during the first two years of medical school, through an intensive workshop. The purpose of the program was to ensure that students apply EBM principles in a timely and effective manner in clinical situations. Working in teams led by a resident and librarian, students researched real cases and then evaluated the effectiveness of their approach to the problems. This paper outlines the rationale for the team approach, reviews the administration of a computer-based workshop, and discusses the evaluation process. Evaluation focused on both the current workshop and its implications for the informatics program presented to students during years one and two.

PMID:
15148016
DOI:
10.1300/J115v23n02_02
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