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This credited, COM elective provides an overview of modern technology and software that new physicians might find useful.
Evidence-Based Practice and Research Skills in Cardio-respiratory care.
Becoming Efficient Information Managers Designed to familiarize 1st year College of Medicine students enrolled in the Public Health & Epidemiology course with library resources and services that will enable them to conduct database and literature searches.
Seminars in Biomedical Sciences An introduction to biomedical library resources and databases.
Evidence Based Practice and Library Research Skills An overview of Evidence Based Practice and Library research skills.
One of the objectives of the College of Medicine is "the ability to acquire and manage the information that physicians need to carry out their various responsibilities and to acquire, evaluate and utilize information contained in the medical literature." This series of lectures was designed to introduce medical students to the concepts of evidence based medicine (EBM) that can be used to achieve this objective. Focus of the lectures is on using EBM to evaluate complementary and alternative medicine.