The OHSU Evidence Based Medicine Clinical Case Based Learning Sessions are designed for remote presentation of best available evidence to answer patient care questions, present in a group, to encourage collaboration. It is led by one faculty and many of our groups have been remote via Zoom/WebEx.
- Develop a curiosity for specific, patient-based clinical questions
- Advance your application of evidence-based medicine
- Demonstrate and practice group facilitation skills and teaching, including active listening and participation skills.
- By the end of the Small Group activity, students will be able to:
- Formulate a discrete, patient-oriented clinical question
- Evaluate literature for applicability of information
- Evaluate sources for quality of evidence
- Summarize and cite findings in a succinct written format
- Present a patient case to his/her peers in a fluid manner
- Demonstrate general medical knowledge during others’ presentations
- Demonstrate knowledge specific to the presentation topic
- Provide take-home points relevant to a family medicine practice
- Actively participate with peers in a respectful manner
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