2009 - Students' PEARLS: successfully incorporating evidence-based medicine in medical students' clinical attachments (Editorial)

Stockler, Martin R.; March, Lyn; Lindley, Richard I.; Mellis, Craig
April 2009
ACP Journal Club;4/21/2009, Vol. 150 Issue 4, p1
Academic Journal
The article presents information on PEARLS (Presentations of Evidence Abstracted from Research Literature to Solve real peoples' problems) designed specially for medical students. These students include those who were starting clinical attachments in the third year of a 4-year program and who had already been taught the principles and basic skills of evidence-based medicine (EBM) during their first 2 years.


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