A self-paced tutorial that takes you through the complete EBM process, emphasizing the elements of a well-built clinical question and the key issues that help determine the validity of evidence. These are static web pages. Developed by the Medical Library at Duke and The Health Sciences Library at UNC. Widely cited.
Based in part on the Evidence-Based Medicine Toolkit, http://www.ebm.med.ualberta.ca/ ”… a collection of tools for identifying, assessing and applying relevant evidence for better health care decision-making. The appraisal tools are adapted from the Users' Guides series prepared by the Evidence Based Medicine Working Group and originally published in JAMA
Knowledge Translation Canada is a network of Canadian experts in knowledge translation joining forces to tackle the greatest challenge in health care today: the fact that although there is a great deal of health research being conducted, there is a gap in applying the results at the patient’s bedside and in every day health decisions.
Evidence Based Medicine provides a clear explanation of the central questions: how to ask answerable clinical questions; how to translate them into effective searches for the best evidence; how to critically appraise that evidence for its validity and importance; and how to integrate it with patients' values and preferences.