- Action-orientated and structured around the patient consultation
- Gold standard editorial process including expert peer review and multi-step sign-off
- Unrivalled breadth and depth of coverage helping healthcare professionals make decisions with confidence
- Continuously updated with multiple changes to topics each day to reflect the best available evidence.
- Novel standardised navigation structure for each condition including a summary and definition, aetiology, epidemiology, through key - diagnostic steps and tests into treatment approaches with drugs, guidelines and evidence, finishing with recommendations and outlook for patient follow-up
- Information leaflets for patients to support shared decision making
- Choice of integrated drug formularies for quick checking of prescription guidance
- BMJ Clinical Evidence ‘inside’, bringing together the best current evidence with expert guidance
- Each page linked to BMJ portfolio for easy tracking, recording and planning of CPD/CME
- My BMJ Best Practice allowing end users to save searches and add notes and bookmarks
- Ability for institutional administrators to upload local notes, guidelines, patient leaflets and links
- Full reference links and colour images where available
- Interface and navigation available in 16 selected local languages
- Information leaflets for patients to support shared decision making. Our patient leaflets have been certified with The Information Standard.
BCGuidelines are developed by the Guidelines and Protocols Advisory Committee (GPAC), a joint committee of the BCMA and the Ministry of Health. GPAC has engaged practicing physicians in B.C. - including general practitioners and specialists - to evaluate clinical evidence, and publish clinical practice guidelines on numerous conditions, with particular focus on circumstances in British Columbia.
The National Guidelines Clearinghouse (NGC) is a resource for evidence-based clinical practice guidelines produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. NGC is useful for finding American and international guidelines.
TRIP is a clinical search engine designed to allow users to quickly and easily find and use high-quality research evidence to support their practice and/or care. TRIP is particularly useful for finding international guidelines.
NHS Evidence is a meta-search engine produced by the National Institute for Clinical Evidence. It contains clinical practice and public health guidelines. Although produced in the UK, NHS Evidence contains US and Canadian sources, including the CMA Infobase.