Tagged: Veterinary medicine

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ConsumerLab.com provides independent test results and information to help healthcare professionals and consumers to identify quality health and nutrition products, such as: supplements including vitamins, minerals and herbal products sports and energy products functional foods like nutrition powders,
March 1, 2021
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A recent blogpost on Musings from the Mezzanine from the Director of the NLM has put the spotlight on the evidence-based One Health approach.  One Health Medicine is a holistic approach that appreciates the good health of the human species is dependent on the health of the species around
October 19, 2020 • Erik Davis Fausak
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PubMed is launching its newly designed interface. During the transition phase, you’ll be able to toggle back and forth between the new PubMed and the “legacy” version by selecting the highlighted links on both the new PubMed and the legacy PubMed home pages. New interface features include: “Cite” feature
February 5, 2020
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For healthcare researchers, systematic reviews are important studies that summarize and appraise the results of available healthcare studies on a particular topic. We have two guides to help researchers with the systematic review process: Systematic Reviews provides an overview to the process and information about best practices
February 4, 2020
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A guide linked to the article in Frontiers in Veterinary Science aimed to assist the researcher in Assistance Animals for People with Disabilities to find the appropriate searching resources based on the subheadings below. All researchers are encouraged to identify university libraries, like UC Davis, that are open to
January 22, 2019 • Erik Davis Fausak
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Best BETs (Best Evidence Topics) for Vets is an evidence-based resource that provides succinct bottom lines from primary studies.  This resource covers a wide range of species and is peer reviewed.  These were also picked up in the journal, Veterinary Record.