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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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The NNJ Journal Club Department provides information on publications and resources of value to nephrology nurses.
Let the natural world be your inspiration and build community by starting a Nature Journal Club.
The first documented journal club was organized in 1875 by William Osler at McGill University, to keep staff informed of medical science in a cost-effective manner.
Objective: Medical Education Journal Club is an evidence-based approach to teach and learn critical appraisal techniques on available literature.
A minority of programs included librarian participation in an EBM journal club (22%) or on clinical rounds (17%).
On July 12, 2017, the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) presented and recorded the Webinar, "How You and Your Journal Club Can Contribute Using PubMed Commons.
One of these strategies is to initiate and integrate a regular journal club into the professional development time of the workplace environment.
Nearly 15 000 laboratory scientists from 4500 institutions in 150 countries have subscribed to the Journal Club to receive each month a set of slides with the accompanying article.
Our results suggest that formal lectures may be more effective than informal (and nonstandardized) avenues such as journal club or discussion on rotations.
The second participant commented, "I'm really excited to share what I've learned through this workshop with my OT colleagues at the next journal club.
Share an article with colleagues at your next journal club.
For example a question was posed by a journal club to a laboratory doing an experiment on similar topic of interest and got an instant reply on it.

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