THE first article in this three-part series (In Practice, January 2004, pp 28-33) explained the importance of evidence-based veterinary medicine (EBVM) and described the range of skills required to practise it. The first step in the process of EBVM is to identify information needs and translate these needs into scientific questions. This article discusses how to do this, as well as how to locate sources of evidence and then search for evidence. Part 3, to be published in the next issue, will be concerned with appraising the evidence.
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