How Do I Answer That? Using Evidence-Based Medicine as a Preceptor
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DMU preceptors and clinical instructors.
- Define the four steps of evidence-based medicine: asking answerable clinical questions, acquiring the evidence, applying the evidence, and appraising the evidence.
- Learn how to classify information resources into a hierarchy of appraised evidence.
- Practice writing focused and clinically answerable questions using PICO.
Natalie Hutchinson, MSLIS
Director of Library Services, Des Moines University
Rebecca Hines, MLIS
Education Librarian and Assistant Professor, Des Moines University
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- 0.75 CE Contact Hours