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A form of graduate—and, less commonly, continuing—education, in which a group of doctors discuss, analyse, and review a limited number of articles from medical journals, often on a weekly or monthly basis

journal club

A form of graduate–and less commonly, continuing medical—education used by physicians during the residency training period, in which a small group of physicians convenes, discusses, analyzes, and reviews a limited number of articles from major medical journals, often on a weekly or monthly basis
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In addition to its growing use at conferences, (3,4) Twitter is being used for a monthly international urology journal club, as reported by Thangasamy and colleagues, using the hashtag #urojc.
One method to improve the efficiency and timeliness of reviewing the medical literature is the journal club [1].
The Clinical Chemistry Journal Club allows readers to discuss key articles by using focused slides as teaching tools.
In the monthly journal club at the University of Maryland, the papers are chosen from major journals, and the conference is directed by Dr.
Some of the most referenced sources that were identified--such as the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (Am)--are often included in a monthly journal club in order to maintain understanding of contemporary orthopaedic literature.
In addition to ACP Smart Medicine, ACP's peer-reviewed clinical journal, Annals of Internal Medicine and the Evidence-Based Medicine Reviews (EBMR) database, which includes the ACP Journal Club, are among the world's leading clinical resources available in one destination on OvidSP.
Twenty-five student nurses completed the Ways of Coping Questionnaire and participated in interviews; 10 participated in the intervention, a journal club focused on civility in nursing.
This second has new chapters on lecturing to an international audience using simulation as a teaching tool, and how to make journal club work.
As to where they received their training in statistical literacy, 42% of residents indicated it came solely through participation in journal club, 12% said their training came entirely through course work, 22% indicated their training was solely informal, and 15% said they had received no training at all in statistical literacy.
Il corso di laurea in Fisioterapia dell'Universita degli studi di Ferrara ha sin dal 2003 introdotto la EBP negli obiettivi educativi di due specifici corsi integrati e promosso ulteriori attivita educative correlate da svolgere con forme alternative di didattica, suggerite efficaci in letteratura, come l'Evidence Based Journal Club (EBJC) (26-30).
Silvey says that the participants encompassed a wider range of expertise and career stages than would be seen at a conventional journal club, and that the technical quality of the discussion was high.

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