Finding the main points and conclusions of a paper can be challenging and time consuming for busy clinicians, especially when you have a patient in your practice and want to know what the current best evidence relating to their condition is. This is why we are introducing Audio Summaries of our popular Knowledge Summaries. These […]
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Veterinary Evidence is working to offer quality content for the livestock veterinary community, but to do this we need your help! From our Prioritisation Project we received PICOs covering five topics: equine, canine emergency, feline emergency, canine and feline. But we have had very few livestock questions submitted. Please tell us what topics and questions you […]
Earlier this year we updated you on our Prioritisation Project. The PICO questions submitted by you, and ranked by delegates at our 2016 Veterinary Evidence Today conference were then placed online. We have received a great response from the veterinary community wanting to get involved by picking a PICO and answering it as a Knowledge […]
Last year we asked for your views on which clinical questions you would like to see answered within the Veterinary Evidence journal as part of the prioritisation project. Thank you for your great response – we had a broad list of PICO questions covering 4 Knowledge Group categories. These questions were then rated in order of priority by […]
Veterinary Evidence publishes open access content using a continuous publication model. This means papers can be published into an issue as soon as they’re ready, instead of waiting for an issue to be filled before being published. This allows Veterinary Evidence to have a fast and efficient turn-around time and will enable the veterinary community […]
It is RCVS Knowledge’s aim to promote and support an evidence based approach to Veterinary Medicine in the UK and internationally. To help achieve this aim RCVS Knowledge introduced Knowledge Summaries, which encourage and assist in the development of Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine (EBVM) by reviewing relevant and current literature. These are then submitted to our […]
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