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Clinical support

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Drug information with the full clinical picture

We can save you time searching for summarised evidence guidance, and provide much more reliable information than Internet searches.

BMJ Best Practice is a point-of- care decision support and clinical learning tool, which brings together research evidence with guidelines and the knowledge of international experts. It offers the pharmacist a step-by- step approach to clinical problems at every stage of the patient journey. 

BMJ Best Practice allows pharmacists to approach the prescribing, administration and management of medicines with knowledge of the patient’s full clinical picture. It enables pharmacists to approach

patient care holistically, to understand the role that medicines plays at every step of the patient journey, not just the point of supply.

BMJ Best Practice helps hospital pharmacists contribute to the best selection of drug therapy in an informed way within the multidisciplinary team. For the community pharmacist, BMJ

Best Practice provides the necessary clinical decision support needed by to treat minor ailments in the community setting.

  • Available as an app, BMJ Best Practice contains British National Formulary content, which is integrated closely with reliable clinical guidelines.
  • You can find recommended drug therapy interventions based on NICE guidelines, with accessible links to the full NICE document.
  • All drug recommendations are checked by a qualified pharmacist and content is checked for textual and digital integrity.
  • New medications are continually evaluated to ensure clinical and cost effectiveness.
  • It acts as a support tool for a multidisciplinary approach for the development of medicine management.

Go to BMJ Best Practice for a free trial.

A recent independent article published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research shows how well BMJ Best Practice stacks up against 22 other clinical decision support tools. “Best Practice…. scored the highest across all dimensions, while others that were marketed as evidence-based were less reliable.”

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