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Submitting Compelling Case Reports for Drug Therapy in Veterinary Patients

Author(s):  Davidson Gigi S

Issue:  Sep/Oct 2007 - Veterinary Compounding
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Abstract:  When peer-reviewed scientific information is not available, veterinarians and pharmacists often turn to their colleagues seeking evidence based upon clinical experience in order to devise a treatment plan for a patient. Compounding pharmacists who provide care and compounds for veterinary patients have vast clinical experience of great educational value. Using speci! c guidelines, compounding pharmacists can prepare useful case reports and/or case series by proactively collecting clinical data, carefully selecting a case for presentation, and collating the details into a compelling story with a clear message that can survive editorial triage and contribute to the advancement of veterinary medical care.

Related Keywords: Gigi S. Davidson, BS, RPh, FSVHP, DICVP, case reports, publishing, writing, information resources, professional activities, veterinary compounding

Related Categories: VETERINARY, CASE REPORTS, PROFESSIONAL ISSUES, INFORMATION RESOURCES

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