BMJ Clinical Evidence has been discontinued*. We conducted extensive research with healthcare professionals around the world to understand how you use evidence to support your work. You told us that you wanted a single source of evidence-based answers to critical, real-world, clinical questions. And that you wanted these answers delivered quickly and succinctly at the point-of-care, with easy access to guideline summaries and practice-changing evidence.
The new BMJ Best Practice delivers just that.
BMJ Best Practice is the only clinical decision support (CDS) tool that;
- supports all three components of EBM: best available evidence, clinical expertise, and patient values and preferences
- incorporates systematic reviews giving you the confidence and context to make decisions in areas of uncertainty
- truly supports patient preferences – its patient leaflets are reviewed by an independent Patient Panel
- enables hospitals to add guidelines, care pathways and patient leaflets relevant to their local practice conditions
- includes visual alerts to practice-changing evidence within the topic with immediate links to evidence
*All BMJ Clinical Evidence articles become freely-available on PubMed 2 years after publication. The BMJ Clinical Evidence catalogue will complete on PubMed from June 2018.