Roles of Librarians in Advancing Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine [poster]

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Roles of Librarians in Advancing Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine [poster]

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Title: Roles of Librarians in Advancing Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine [poster]
Author: Anderson, Kate; Toews, Lorraine; Johnson, Deanna
Keywords: evidence-based veterinary medicine
information science
Date: 2008-06-09
Citation: Poster Presentation at the Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine Association 3rd Symposium, (Athens, GA) 9 June 2008.
Abstract: Veterinary medical librarians and the EBVMA Librarians Committee are involved in supporting and advancing evidence-based veterinary medicine in clinical care, education, and research. In addition to the important traditional roles of selecting resources and providing access to information, librarians: educate, find the evidence, critically appraise the evidence, and participate in the research process. Veterinary librarians are partners in improving practice outcomes by increasing the effectiveness of research teams and facilitating the uptake of research evidence into clinical practice.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/1367

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