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Evidence-Based Surgery (EBS): 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).

Clinical Librarian Services and Literature Searching for EBS

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