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4th EBVMA Symposium

13–15 June 2010

Western University College of Veterinary medicine


  1. Clinical Trials – How To’s for Performing Clinical Trials and Studies in Your Practice
    Brenda Phillips, DVM, ACVIM and Linda Kidd, DVM, PhD, ACVIM
  2. Finding the Evidence: How to Search and Access the Literature
    Kate Anderson, BA, MA, MA; Head – Zalk Veterinary Medical Library, University of Missouri


  1. Keynote: Evidence based veterinary medicine and clinical research: How should they fit?
    Margaret Slater, DVM, PhD; Department of Veterinary Integrative Biosciences College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Texas A&M University
  2. The role of sentinel practices in evidence-based veterinary research
    Dr. Rachel Dean, Director of the Centre for Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine & Marnie Brennan, Deputy Director of the Centre for Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine; University of Nottingham, UK
  3. Putting Knowledge into Practice
    P Shearer & Ashlee Addleman
  4. Teaching Evidenced Based Veterinary Medicine in an Integrated Curriculum
    Jennifer L. Buur, Peggy Schmidt, and Peggy Barr
  5. REFLECT statement for practitioners
    Annette O’Connor, BVSc, MVSc, DVSc, FACVSc; University of Iowa
  6. An Evidence- Based Assessment of Acupuncture in Animals
    David Ramey, DVM
  7. The Cochrane Collaboration
    Mark A Holmes, MA, VetMB, PhD, MRCVS
  8. Keynote: Using EBM in Daily Clinical Practice
    Blaise Burke, DVM, DACVR
  9. Keynote: EBM in a Parallel World — Experiences with EBM in Physical Therapy
    Julie Tilson, PT, DPT, NCS
  10. Case Reports – Tips for Writing EBVM Friendly Case Reports or Where’s the Evidence Papers
    Sandra Lefebvre, DVM, PhD, Assistant Editor, JAVMS, AJVR
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