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About EBS for Neurosurgery

EBS (Neurosurgery) is a process by which neurosurgeons can ask, acquire, appraise, apply and assess the evidence for specific and often complex patient questions. It requires skills in asking a searchable question, searching databases iteratively using advanced search skills, appraising results using available levels of evidence, applying the results to a specific patient and lastly assessing and reflecting on the process. You will present an EBS case using a PowerPoint template (see below).Written EBS assessment is via a Performance Assessment Form (PAF) (see below).

Clinical Librarian Services and Literature Searching for EBS

Part 2. Searching section of the presentation begins at 14.35 minute mark.

Past Presentation Topics

This list includes topics already covered in EBS meetings during 2011 and 2012.

Archived EBS Presentations via SlideShare