Strategies for reinventing journal club

Stallings, Amanda; Borja-Hart, Nancy; Fass, Jennifer
January 2011
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;1/1/2011, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p14
Academic Journal
The article presents information on journal clubs in pharmacy. A journal club is a meeting of people to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of research published in journals. It is stated that a journal club can be an effective way to keep up with important developments in medicine, and apply evidence-based medicine to a field of practice. The article also discusses the strategies that can be implemented into a journal club related to pharmacy.


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