Teaching hospitals and medical schools around the world rely on BMJ Best Practice to:
- Help prepare their students for clinical practice, with the most recent, trusted information on the most-commonly occurring conditions, backed up by evidence and with links to guidelines
- Give students confidence during clinical placements - remote, mobile and offline access ensures they always have the information they need, even where wi-fi is unavailable
- Support case-based learning - highly structured content, real-world examples and easy navigation makes Best Practice an ideal teaching tool
- Provide cost-effective clinical decision support for students whether at school, at home or in the hospital
Read a comprehensive review of BMJ Best Practice by Jamie Saragossi, Head of Health Sciences Library at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY.
Published in the January 2021 edition of The Charleston Advisor.