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OSU-CHS Research Aims to Improve Curriculum

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

OSU-CHS Research Aims to Improve Curriculum

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TULSA - An Oklahoma State University Center for Health Science researcher is looking for the best way to train medical students to assess and evaluate advances in medical research.

"Medicine is developing rapidly, just like every other field in our culture," said Warren Finn, associate professor of pharmacology and physiology. "The value of evidence-based medicine in our program is that it teaches students the skills and knowledge to keep up with their field as it changes."

Evidence-based medicine refers to the systematic review and evaluation of scientific research to use in determining the most current treatment options for patients.

OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine incorporates evidence-based medicine training within its curriculum. …

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