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Finding solid evidence based info to learn from and share with our students and patients is so important. We all know that no study is perfect. Research and articles presented here are from fairly reliable sources but we are glad to have a constructive conversation here discussing the posts.  We learn so much from each other! Respect is as important here as it is in your classroom.

Will those posting include references or indicate if the article was published in a peer-reviewed scholarly journal? Will those posting be able to express opinion based on their own professional experience?

Thanks, Karen in Colorado.

Hi Karen,

Thanks for asking. Yes, please use the link icon above to include the link.  Sometimes if I am posting, I may include a general article about the study and then also post the link to the study itself.  If the user doesn't have access to some of the studies, they can at least get the background in the article.

Users can upload articles here and we will be doing that too!

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