February 23, 2018, by Sarah Davies
BMJ Best Practice clinical decision support tool
We now have access to BMJ Best Practice which offers step by step guidance on disease diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention. It is updated daily using robust evidence based methodology and expert opinion.
It can help Medicine and Health Science students prepare for clinical practice with the most recent, trusted information on the most commonly occurring conditions backed up by evidence and links to guidelines.
Content includes procedural videos, nearly 400 patient leaflets, over 250 evidence-based medical calculators, integrated links to Cochrane Clinical Answers and improved differential diagnosis tables and treatment algorithms.
There is also an app which allows users to gain access offline to information on over a thousand different medical conditions.
A getting started guide is available online.