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BMJ Best Practice Featured Resource

by Dan Fitzroy on 2019-04-22T15:51:12-04:00 | Comments

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BMJ Best Practice is a point of care tool that provides users with up to date evidence-based research to assist with diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment through clear step-by-step guidance.

Subjects: Medicine, Health Sciences, and Nursing.

Content: Evidence-based research; over 6,000 international guidelines, Cochrane Clinical Answers, and Important Updates; procedural videos on the most commonly occurring clinical conditions; 250 integrated medical calculators; nearly 400 patient leaflets.

Full-Text: Yes.

Special Feature: There is a BMJ Mobile App that allows for quick and easy access BMJ from both online and offline. It comes free with the library subscription, and users only need to set up a free personalized account on BMJ Practice to download the companion app. Download the app here:

Tutorials:

Try BMJ Best Practice today!


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