November 15th, 2011
Have you had your daily feeding of evidence
Years ago, to get the latest findings in your field, you needed to travel to your hospital... »
November 14th, 2011
Incentive Spirometry or Cough
Coughing and deep breathing is equally effective as incentive spirometry according to... »
November 13th, 2011
Depression screening for HIV/AIDS patients
Depression screening can be a challenging process with HIV/AIDS patients...»

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Tools and Resources

Helpful Links

Pub Med
PubMed is a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine that includes over 18 million citations from MEDLINE and other life science journals for biomedical articles back to 1948. PubMed includes links to full text articles and other related resources.

AHRQ Patient Safety and Quality: An Evidence Based Handbook for Nurses

The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, Oxford, England

Center for Disease Control

U.S. Preventive Services Task Force

University of Washington EBP

Registered Nurses Association of Ontario

Duke University Medical Library—Interdisciplinary EBP

Occupational Therapy

Evidence-Based Practice Network from Lippincott’s Nursing Center


Academic Center for Evidence-based Practice, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio School of Nursing
This site describes the ACESTAR model.

Duke University Medical Center and University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Health Science Libraries
An Evidence-Based Medicine tutorial.

Library of the Health Sciences Peoria, University of Illinois at Chicago
Is all Evidence Created Equal ? This is a review of the evidence hierarchy and secondary literature.

Richard S. Slavik, Pharm D.
Audiovisual PowerPoint presentation on the five steps of evidence-based medicine, presented from a pharmacist perspective but helpful overall.

Evidence Medicine Toolkit
This is 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.