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Non-Clinical Benefits of Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine

Sarah Hauser, Elizabeth L Jackson

Published:  22/08/2016    in:  Knowledge Summaries

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Clinical bottom line
  • There are few studies addressing business benefits of EBVM.
  • While the need for a wider adoption of EBVM has been highlighted and linked to commercial benefits, further empirical studies are needed to identify and quantify such linkages.

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