Evidence-based articles and commentaries on health policy issues in Canada from the EvidenceNetwork.ca web site are now collected into book format and published on the web as page images. More than 85 articles and/or commentaries appear; some are in English, while others are in French.
Yale's Find It Fast! series of video tutorials are great for explaining some basic terminology and theories for evidence-based practice. They also show you how to use the Cochrane Database, Clinical Evidence, Trip and how to perform Clinical Queries in Medline.
BMJ Group and McMaster University's Health Information Research Unit are collaborating to provide you with access to current best evidence from research, tailored to your own health care interests, to support evidence-based clinical decisions.
This service is unique: all citations (from over 160 premier clinical journals) are pre-rated for quality by research staff, then rated for clinical relevance and interest by at least 3 members of a worldwide panel of practicing physicians. Here's what we offer:
A searchable database of the best evidence from the medical literature
An email alerting system
Links to selected evidence-based resources
This self-paced tutorial (Fourth Edition. Copyright 2004 Duke University Medical Center Library and Health Sciences Library, UNC-Chapel Hill) is intended for any health care practitioner or student who needs a basic introduction to the principles of Evidence-Based Medicine.
CATmaker is a software tool which helps you create Critically Appraised Topics, or CATs, for the key articles you encounter about Therapy, Diagnosis, Prognosis, Aetiology/Harm and Systematic Reviews of Therapy.