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of JAVMA asks whether complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) can be compatible with evidence-based medicine. Given that studies of CAM modalities are being carried out at many major human medical centers and within the veterinary community, I

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harm d , Kingwood, TX 1. Block G. A new look at standard of care . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2018 ; 252 : 1343 – 1344 . 10.2460/javma.252.11.1343 2. McKenzie B. Evidence-based medicine is key in achieving an ethical clinical practice

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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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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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on the recommendation of respected and trusted colleagues, board-certified specialists, and continuing education speakers. Many clinicians use the exact same sources to help guide patient treatment. However, one of the tenets of evidence-based

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existing beliefs and prejudices. The ideal of evidence-based medicine is to look at all the evidence and remove any bias prior to interpreting it. Shelley R. Epstein , vmd Wilmington Animal Hospital Wilmington, Del 1. Baker SJ , Baker GJ

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messages; he was a proponent of evidence-based medicine before the term became popular. His slide carousels were guaranteed to include a few photos from a pack trip into the Sierra Nevada mountains with friends and family or some other outdoor activity (a

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thinking and evidence-based medical decision-making. Creating and nurturing a culture of evidence-based medicine in teaching hospital environments would go a long way to countering any potential negative clinical outcomes related to corporate influence

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drug and food corporations on veterinary education and practice has the potential to erode that trust. Human medicine has begun to address the corrosive effects of corporate influence to better embrace evidence-based medicine. 3 In my experience

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