Irrelevant, Irrelevant, Irrelevant! Time to Change Our Approach to Research?

Rachel Dean BVMS PhD DSAM (fel) MRCVS1*

1University of Nottingham, Nottingham, NG7 2RD
*Corresponding Author (rachel.dean@nottingham.ac.uk)


Vol 1, Issue 4 (2016)

Published: 8 Dec 2016


To be able to practice evidence-based veterinary medicine, clinicians need high quality relevant evidence to integrate with their clinical decision making. Rachel's talk explores how relevance is possibly more important than quality as even the best evidence cannot be used if it can't be applied to veterinary practice...

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