Evidence-based resources

Evidence based medicine

Support the study and practice of evidence-based medicine.

BMJ resources provide healthcare professionals with the evidence-based knowledge they need to put medical research and expert opinion into practice. Featured are a few of our most-popular EBM resources.

Support the study and practice of evidence-based medicine.

Watch this brief 7-minute EBM video to learn how evidence underpins everything we do at BMJ.

 

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BMJ Best Practice supports evidence-based medicine’s teaching, learning, and practice.

It is the only clinical decision support tool that incorporates all three major components of EBM:

  • The best external evidence
  • Individual practitioner’s clinical expertise
  • Patient preference

The EBM Toolkit included within the platform supports those who want to know more about the principles of EBM by bringing together information and tools that enable individuals to learn, practice, and discuss EBM

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BMJ Journals

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BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine publishes original research, insight, and opinion on what matters in healthcare. Content focuses on the tools, methods, and concepts central to practicing evidence-based medicine.

Content highlights include:

  • EBM Verdict – Evidence that reaches a definitive conclusion that can be implemented into clinical practice.
  • Evidence synthesis – Succinct commentaries from high-quality, international medical journals. Focused on key findings and implications for clinical practice.
  • Debate, analysis, and opinion – Tackle the uncertainties and controversies in evidence and research methods.

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The BMJ is one of the most influential and respected general medicine journals globally.

Evidence is the foundation of the journal’s content, including original research, reviews, expert analysis, authoritative opinion, medical education, and much more. 

To expedite new research evidence into clinical practice, The BMJ publishes Rapid Recommendations. Consisting of doctors, researchers, and patients, the Rapid Recommendations team identifies and confirms which studies might change practice and are of interest to readers. Researchers then perform systematic reviews on the benefit and harm of the intervention, using a GRADE approach to evaluate the evidence. This results in trustworthy practice recommendations, evidence summaries, and decision aids. 

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Evidence-Based Mental Health publishes articles relevant to the study and practice of evidence-based clinical psychology and psychiatry, including original research, clinical reviews, and systematic reviews.

Content includes case conferences, expert commentaries, and practical statistics articles that enable clinicians to learn and apply an evidence-based approach to their clinical practice.

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The editorial team behind Evidence-Based Nursing scans international medical research studies and reviews that report on important advances and nursing best practices. This literature’s clinical relevance and rigor are then assessed to identify research that is high quality and relevant to nursing.

This practical journal saves nurses time by publishing expert commentary on each article, identifying key findings and implications for clinical practice.

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