Evidence-based Practice (EBP) site contains links to free key e-resources on evidence based medicine resources.
|1||AHRQ - Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
A free searchable database. AHRQ systematically and comprehensively translates research findings into better patient care and provides policymakers and other health care leaders with information needed to make critical health care decisions.
A free searchable database from Oxford University. The web site includes archives of the Bandolier Journal, a Knowledge Library, and other EBM resources. The electronic version of the Bandolier Journal appears several months after the print version.
A free searchable database. The Cochrane Library is a collection of evidence-based medicine databases which provide excellent quality information to all levels of the health care community in the form of reviews by experts of clinical trials and randomized controlled trials, grouped by subject matter.
|4||Hstat: Health Services/Technology Assessment Text
A free searchable collection of practice guidelines provided by the National Library of Medicine
|5||NGC: National Guideline Clearinghouse
NGC provides free access to clinical practice guidelines with structured abstracts and annotated bibliographies, and guideline comparisons for similar topics
|6||PubMed Clinical Queries
Clinical Queries offers MEDLINE search filters for therapy, diagnosis, etiology, and prognosis studies. There is also a filter for locating systematic reviews
|7||Up to Date Database
A meta-search engine of many EBM resources, including the Cochrane Library, e-journals, practice guidelines, e-textbooks, and PubMed.
Clinical practice should be based on the best scientific evidence when available. Therefore, Health Care Professionals must select high quality information amongst all that is available on the Internet. EBMsources, a website directory that is periodically updated, helps fulfilling this challenging task. EBMsources, links to websites from diverse groups and organizations offering EBM clinical information, more specifically: critical appraisals of original articles/journal clubs; clinical queries; systematic reviews;
practice guidelines; other website directories.