Refining the Journal Club Presentations of Postgraduate Students in Seven Clinical Departments for Better Evidence-based Practice

Herur A, et al
Refining the Journal Club Presentations of Postgraduate Students in Seven Clinical Departments for Better Evidence-based Practice. Ann Med Health Sci Res. 2016 May-Jun;6(3):185-9 PMID:27398252

The article describes a study in Bagalkot, South India, where seven departments of a medical college, gave tests to postgraduate students to evaluate their understanding of evidence based practice. They were given the test before a journal club, and then after a hands on training on the steps of EBP, and then a week later. They found that test scores improved immediately after the training and also a week later. Will more institutions add this practice of training in EBP? 

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