You can access a broad range of electronic healthcare information resources from anywhere with internet access whether at home, from your clinics or out and about.
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BMJ BEST PRACTICE
BMJ Best Practice is a trusted clinical decision support tool which provides healthcare professionals with access to the latest relevant clinical information when making diagnosis and treatment decisions.
BMJ Best Practice includes:
More than 250 integrated medical calculators
Patient discussions and nearly 400 patient leaflets
The latest evidence and Cochrane Clinical Answers
Plus an award-winning app that can be used offline, ensuring that you always have the information you need, when you need it.
KNOWLEDGE AND LIBRARY HUB
The NHS Knowledge and Library Hub connects NHS staff and learners to high quality knowledge and evidence resources in one place.
Funded by Health Education England, it includes:
journals, books and databases
clinical decision support resources including NICE Guidelines and BMJ Best Practice
policy and management information and research literature
The Knowledge Hub Guide gives you some tips about searching the hub.
TURNING RESEARCHING INTO PRACTICE (TRIP PRO)
Turning researching into practice (Trip Pro) is a clinical search engine which has been online since 1997. It has been designed to help people to find high-quality research evidence to support their practice and/or care quickly. Trip allows users to not only research evidence but search across various content types including patient information leaflets, educational courses, images and videos.
Cochrane Library is a collection of six databases of reliable evidence on the effectiveness of healthcare interventions. It is regarded as the best resource available of this type. The Cochrane Library is put together by the Cochrane Collaboration, the NHS Centre for Reviews and Dissemination and other related organisations and is updated quarterly. There is also a seventh database that provides information about the various Cochrane Groups. You do not need an Athens username and password to use this resource.