MBE em Foco

MBE em Foco is a free e-newsletter published biweekly by clinicians on the DynaMed team. MBE em Foco features content from our weekly publication, EBM Focus, translated into Portuguese.

Editorial Process for DynaMed EBM Focus and MBE em Foco

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 otherwise inform clinical 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, adding clinical context and important caveats for proper interpretation, and disseminate as an email newsletter. Rapid open peer review is completed by the DynaMed EBM Focus Contributing Editors via listserv communication. For MBE em Foco, our Translation Editor reviews the English copy, translates the issue into Portuguese, and then submits for peer review.

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DynaMed MBE em Foco Newsletter Editors

Translation Editor, MBE em Foco
Marcelo Levites, MD
Director of Medical Education and Humanism, SOBRAMFA

Translation Reviewer, MBE em Foco
Cauê Freitas Monaco, MD
Family Physician
PBL Tutor, San Camilo Medical School, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Disclosure

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.

Copyright information

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.

How to cite

The suggested format for citation is: Author Name. Article Title. DynaMed MBE em Foco. Year; volume number(issue number). Available from URL.

Citation example

DynaMed Editorial Team. Low-Frequency Repetitive Transcranial MagneticStimulation of Supplementary Motor Area Improves Motor Function in Patients with Parkinson Disease. DynaMed MBE em Foco. 2013; 8(19). Available from http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs132/1102736301344/archive/111334464


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