The EBM I & II courses will become part of the Health Systems & Community I-IV courses for the College of Medicine beginning the 2019-2020 academic year. P1 students will take the Pharmacy Evidence Based Medicine course beginning the 2019-2020 academic year. This guide will available to students as a resource until the class of 2022 graduates.
At the conclusion of the course, the student shall be able to:
1. Critique and analyze clinical literature
2. Present a journal club effectively using the templates and methods learned in class
3. Formulate a clinical question and provide/present evidence-based responses to healthcare professionals and patients
4. Understand and describe complexities and deficiencies when critiquing medical literature
5. Understand the principles of information mastery and how it can implemented into clinical practice
The Academic Support Staff are available to help you maximize your learning.
Learning Center Staff:
Craig Theissen,M.Ed., Director, Learning Center, email@example.com 330-325-6758
Dyann Whaley, M.Ed., Assistant Director, Learning Center (Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy), firstname.lastname@example.org 330-325-6771
Outline of Learning Center Services:
Resources-provided on AIMS_Learning Center: study skills, licensure prep, ESL, LASSI, tutoring