EBVMA Symposium 2012– Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine: It’s Happening Now!

This is the only event, and the only organization, dedicated entirely to promoting evidence-based veterinary medicine, and I encourage anyone interested to join us in New Orleans!

When: Wednesday May 30, 2012, 9am-5pm (One day before the start of the ACVIM Forum, one of the most popular CE events of the year!)

Where: Springfield Suites Marriott Downtown, New Orleans, LA

Program An Introduction to Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine This interactive workshop, led by some of the leading teachers and practitioners in the field, will introduce you to the key concepts and methods of evidence-based veterinary medicine.

The Latest in Applied Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine A series of lectures discussing recent research and practical application of evidence-based medicine methods, including the latest Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care guidelines for CPR, research reporting guidelines, outcomes assessment tools, and more. Speakers include Dr. Daniel Fletcher (Cornell), Dr. Paul Morley (CSU), and Dr. Sandi Lefebvre (Banfield).

Registration Morning Workshop (9am-12pm)- $50 (students $25) Afternoon Lectures (1pm-5pm)- $50 (students $25) EBVMA Business Meeting for members (5pm-7pm)- no charge

Combined all-day registration (includes 1-year EBVMA membership for first-time members)- $75 (students $40)

Late Registration (after April 15)- $65 each session ($40 students), $100 combined (students $65)

Details and Online Registration at www.ebvma.org

 

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2 Responses to EBVMA Symposium 2012– Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine: It’s Happening Now!

  1. michelle stjohn LVT,VTS cardio says:

    Would like more information on what evidence based vet medicine
    is.

  2. skeptvet says:

    There are lots of resources to get you started. Here are a few:

    Handbook of Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine

    Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Medicine, special Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine issue

    Of course, the Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicien Association website (www.ebvma.org)

    A quick primer

    An online tutorial from UNC

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