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T he College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Tennessee is a recognized leader in evidence-based medicine for clinical translation of rehabilitation science for animals. Traditional paradigms included veterinary treatment followed by

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evidence-based medicine while remaining responsive to client expectations and financial limitations to successfully serve an economically diverse clientele. The college has woven the spectrum of care concept into all 4 years of the veterinary training. This

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increasing emphasis on evidence-based medicine, we began to question whether these retrospective case series truly deserved a separate designation. Such studies, after all, simply provide another type of medical evidence, somewhat more reliable, in general

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account available evidence-based medicine, client expectations of care, and financial limitations that may limit diagnostic and treatment options. 10 Because animals are considered property in the eyes of the law and owners are (in general) entitled to

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medicine (CAM) and those of evidence-based medicine. However, we worry that given the complexity of such discussions, it may be too easy to miss the central and rather simple point: practitioners of CAM claim that the therapies they use have specific

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to answer real-world veterinary question while working under the guidance of faculty mentors. Principles and application of evidence-based medicine, critical thinking, and effective communication of science to stakeholder groups are emphasized

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commentary, “Is complementary and alternative medicine compatible with evidence-based medicine?,” 1 highlights some important distinctions that may exist between various techniques that may be used by licensed veterinarians. Science is fundamental both to

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Audin are to be commended on the January 1 JAVMA editorial. 1 It is appropriate to place more emphasis on evidence-based medicine and the use of the new headings being implemented. We have long been a laggard to our colleagues in animal, dairy, and

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Practice See PAGE 1049 What Is The Evidence? See PAGE 1053 COMMENTARY Philosophical foundations of evidence-based medicine for veterinary clinicians In this issue of JAVMA , we debut a new feature, What Is The Evidence

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medicine represents a major, although largely untested, intellectual advance when making clinical decisions and determining patient care. 7,8 Evidence-based medicine has been defined as the integration of the best research evidence with clinical expertise

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