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So much information, so little time: tips on efficiently reading a scientific article

April 13, 2015
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I suspect that I am not alone in experiencing frustration from spending more time than I want reading a scientific article. I’ve also had the displeasure of gaining little knowledge despite spending time I could have used for something else. So, I thought I’d try to turn my displeasure into something positive and provide...
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JTASS Revisited

April 13, 2015
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Early in my career, I was taught an approach to critical appraisal that began with an acronym, JTASS. This was a brief screen to determine whether or not the article I was looking at would be useful to me. The letters here stand for...
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Another reason to quit smoking

March 30, 2015
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It is generally known that smokers are more likely to experience low back pain (LBP) than non-smokers. However, research has not yet revealed if smoking plays a direct role in causing LBP. Two reasons why smoking might contribute to LBP include an increase in...
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Information Sources

March 30, 2015
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In an evidence-based world, we need, well, evidence. And with so much available to choose from, how do we decide what to use. One way is to become familiar...
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Ankle sprains and syndesmosis injury

March 16, 2015
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I recently read an article in the Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine discussing ankle syndesmosis injuries, which can result in ankle instability and persistent dysfunction. Because of the...
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A Bit of Useful Information on Information Retrieval

March 16, 2015
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I have a feeling that the way in which we all look for information has changed in radical ways over the past 25 years. As a younger faculty member...
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