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

 Read more about BMJ Best Practice’s EBM credentials

*All BMJ Clinical Evidence articles become freely-available on PubMed 2 years after publication.  TheBMJ Clinical Evidence catalogue will complete on PubMed from June 2018.