Comorbidities in Canada
Discover a unique EBM tool that treats the whole patient
March 2nd at 3 pm EST!
Did you know? One in three adults suffer from multiple chronic conditions.
This poses a significant problem in Canadian healthcare that is not often addressed during medical school or easily managed in the acute care setting.
BMJ’s in-house evidence team recognized this challenge and added a Comorbidities treatment algorithm to its popular EBM tool, BMJ Best Practice.
BMJ Best Practice Comorbidities is the only clinical decision support tool designed to address comorbidities.
Join us for an upcoming free webinar to learn how you can support your healthcare providers and students with the expert guidance they need to accurately evaluate, diagnose, and treat the whole patient.
Comorbidities in Canada: Discover a unique EBM tool that treats the whole patient
When? Tuesday, March 2nd, 3 pm EST (45 minutes)
Hosted by: Dr. Kieran Walsh, Clinical Director at BMJ, Professor and Medical Education Author
Who should attend? Healthcare leaders and collection managers at Canadian hospitals and academic medical centers.
See BMJ Best Practice Comorbidities in action
How to use the BMJ Best Practice Comorbidities toolWatch this short demonstration to find out how to use the BMJ Best Practice Comorbidities tool when accessing treatment information on an acute topic.
Written by leading specialists, this tool provides treatment advice based on the latest evidence and is presented in a way that’s realistic for daily practice. It emphasises the most important take-home points and, where evidence is scarce or equivocal, expert opinion is provided.
To find out more visit bestpractice.bmj.com/info/comorbidites.