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Informed Consent for Research

December 15, 2014
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This may be a bit of a divergence form my normal discussions on evidence-based practice, but in my professional life I also wear a hat as a human protections administrator for a chiropractic college. That title is not something made up; it is actually a legally required link between an institution that accepts federal...
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Is acupuncture beneficial for patients with osteoarthritis pain?

December 8, 2014
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Many studies have investigated acupuncture treatment for a variety of conditions. My perspective, without being very familiar with the acupuncture literature, is that results have been mixed. Nevertheless, acupuncture is widely used by many types of practitioners. Though I do not practice acupuncture myself,...
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Seminal Works in Evidence-Based Medicine

December 1, 2014
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Below I have provided a brief list of many of the more seminal papers about evidence-based medicine. I have also included a few chiropractic-specific papers as well. These are excellent reading about this topic, and I highly recommend them to you. Bates DW, Kuperman...
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Confidence Intervals

November 17, 2014
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Imagine that you want to take a measurement on a group of 100 people. Perhaps you are measuring their glucose level, as a conceptually easy measure to think about....
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Why write a case report?

November 10, 2014
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I have the opportunity to talk with DCs who often ask questions about how to conduct research in their practice. These questions are often generated from the desire to...
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The Language We Use

November 5, 2014
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This is a bit of a departure of my usual blog, but I think you may find it useful. In the November edition of The Spine Journal and simultaneously...
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