DynaMed EBM Focus
The DynaMed EBM Focus is a free e-newsletter published by clinicians on the DynaMed editorial team. It provides valuable, advertising-free information to the medical community via email to opt-in subscribers.
DynaMed editors monitor a large volume of research information on a daily basis through Systematic Literature Surveillance and frequently find articles that are of significant and timely interest to health care providers. Based on the criteria of choosing "articles most likely to change clinical practice," DynaMed EBM Focus provides a brief and concise overview of these articles.
Armed with the awareness of e-mail clutter and information overload, editors work to keep the copy in DynaMed EBM Focus to a minimum while providing sufficient information as well as links to additional information if the reader wants to know more. DynaMed subscribers can take advantage of persistent links to click from an article directly to the topic in DynaMed.
Readers of DynaMed EBM Focus can earn free CME credits through our partnership with Antidote Education Company, an ACCME accredited provider. Look for the CME link in each issue.
To view past issues of DynaMed EBM Focus, visit the EBM Focus Archive.
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Editorial Process for DynaMed EBM Focus
DynaMed Editors are adding and editing summaries of new evidence to DynaMed daily. When DynaMed editors consider a new summary likely to change practice or have relevance to many clinicians for clinical or educational value they select the article for consideration. Two DynaMed Editors summarize the article summary in prose form for rapid reading in an email newsletter. Rapid open peer review is completed by the DynaMed EBM Focus Contributing Editors via listserv communication.
All authors, contributing editors and reviewers must disclose any conflicts of interest. Statements acknowledging any conflicts of interest or declaring no conflicts of interest will be found within the Author information section of the DynaMed EBM Focus.
Authors must have obtained proper permission from the copyright authorities for any reproduced material used in the DynaMed EBM Focus. In general no reproduction of material is expected in these brief articles.
The article will be available for open-access viewing. Reproduction in other forms is allowed with obtaining permission from EBSCO Information Services.
How to cite:
The suggested format for citation is:
Author Name. Article Title. DynaMed EBM Journal. Year; volume number(issue number). Available from URL.
An example is:
DynaMed Editorial Team. Low-Frequency Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation of Supplementary Motor Area Improves Motor Function in Patients with Parkinson Disease. DynaMed EBM Journal. 2013; 8(19). Available from http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs132/1102736301344/archive/111334464...