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In Practice 35:282-285 doi:10.1136/inp.f1760
  • Practice management
    • Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine

How to read a paper and appraise the evidence

Abstract

Evidence-based veterinary medicine (EVM) is a concept that is increasingly discussed within the veterinary profession. One important form of evidence is published papers in the peer-reviewed scientific literature. Reading scientific papers is one of the basic skills required to be able to follow the principles of EVM. However, it can be time-consuming and difficult for vets to find time to read this relevant literature. Improving basic paper-reading skills can reduce the time it takes to assess a paper, decide if it is relevant and valid, and apply it to a clinical setting.

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