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revitalize your mind.” AAEP incoming President Nathaniel A. White II noted the 2009 convention program included a new series of in-depth specialty lectures on equine behavior, parasite control, and evidence-based medicine. More sessions, too, were devoted

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-engineered Antibodies from Camelids may be the Antibody Therapeutics of the Future.” The symposium highlighted the ways that veterinary scientists advance basic and applied research to support evidence-based medicine and enabled participants to gain insights into

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opportunities to participate in such a program, Dr. Maccabe said. Most of the students presenting posters were presenting information on their original research work for the first time at a scientific conference. Dr. Maccabe said practicing evidence-based

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. Nevertheless, she believes, “They are an important part of our integrative veterinary medical care.” She teaches veterinary students that supplements are like other therapeutics; therefore, veterinarians need to use evidence-based medicine. With the paucity

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year's lecture, “The Equine Liver in Health and Disease,” combined evidence-based medicine with Dr. Divers' experiences from 40 years of clinical practice evaluating horses with liver disease. Dr. Divers is professor of medicine and section co

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terminology in 2012 and type II error and statistical power in 2014. Several commentaries also addressed evidence-based medicine and clinical decision making. As we look toward the next decade, our ability to accumulate high-quality evidence and effectively

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, epidemiology is the fundamental science of evidence-based medicine; the most clinically relevant evidence is derived from epidemiological studies of patients. Dr. Noah D. Cohen talks about epidemiology during the Frank J. Milne State-of-the-Art Lecture

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