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3rd EBVMA Symposium

9–10 June 2008

State of the Art: Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine

University of Georgia

  1. What is EBVM? History of EBVM
    Robert Larson, DVM, PhD; Kansas State University
  2. Cows and CAT’s-Challenges to Practicing EBVM
    Dr. Dave Kelton, DVM, MSc, PhD; Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph
  3. A Systematic Review of Pain Scoring Systems
    Erik H. Hofmeister, DVM, DACVAA, DECVAA, MA; University of Georgia
  4. It Ain’t the 60s Anymore: An Evidence-Based Medical Approach to Equine Parasite Control
    Ray Kaplan, DVM, PhD; University of Georgia
  5. ”FAMACHA: A New Tool for Applying an Evidence-Based Medical Approach to Small Ruminant Parasite Control”
    Bob Storey, MS; University of Georgia
  6. MRI Evaluation of Head Trauma in 32 Dogs: Associations with Modified Glasgow Coma Score and Patient Outcome
    Simon R. Platt, BVM&S, MRCVS, DACVIM (Neurology), DECVN; University of Georgia
  7. Experience with Evidence-Based Medicine Journal Clubs in Private Practice and in Cyberspace
    Bob Rosenthal, DVM, DACVIM
  8. ”EBVM in Research: Evidence-Based Medicine and the Morris Animal Foundation – A Desire for Outcome Analysis”
    Patricia Olson, DVM, PhD; Morris Animal Foundation
  9. ”EBVM in Medicine: A Critical Appraisal and an Intersection with Veterinary Clinical Scientists”
    Phillip Bergman, DVM, PhD; Bright Heart Foundation
  10. ”EBVM in Surgery: Outcomes Assessments in Small Animal Orthopedics”
    Steve Budsberg, DVM, MS, DACVS; University of Georgia
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