Information In Practice
What clinical information do doctors need?BMJ 1996; 313 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.313.7064.1062 (Published 26 October 1996) Cite this as: BMJ 1996;313:1062
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- How does evidence affect clinical decision-making?
- Reading RVUs: How Can We Meet the Informational Needs of Cardiologists?
- Point of care information services: a platform for self-directed continuing medical education for front line decision makers
- Assessing the impact of bibliographical support on the quality of medical care in patients admitted to an internal medicine service: a prospective clinical, open, randomised two-arm parallel study
- Consensus abstracts for evidence-based medicine
- Strategies for coping with information overload
- Bridging the gaps between research, policy and practice in low- and middle-income countries: a survey of health care providers
- Evidence-based medicine among Jordanian family physicians: Awareness, attitude, and knowledge
- How much should a GP read?
- Information Needs and Information-Seeking Behavior of Primary Care Physicians
- Keeping up: learning in the workplace
- Evidence based medicine: is it practical?
- Blowing the whistle on review articles
- Evidence-Based Pandemonium
- An Evaluation of Information-Seeking Behaviors of General Pediatricians
- The Ptolemy project: a scalable model for delivering health information in Africa
- What happened to the valid POEMs? A survey of review articles on the treatment of type 2 diabetes
- A POEM a week for the BMJ
- Continuous Professional Development: Raising the Bar for Pediatricians
- Thoughts on the Role of Orthopaedics in Basic Research
- Just in time information for clinicians: a questionnaire evaluation of the ATTRACT project
- Orthopaedic Information Mastery: Applying Evidence-Based Information Tools to Improve Patient Outcomes While Saving Orthopaedists' Time
- Disseminating healthcare information: getting the message across
- Infopoints: Managing information overload: developing an electronic directory
- Are we providing doctors with the training and tools for lifelong learning?
- Analysis of questions asked by family doctors regarding patient care
- Asking structured and focused clinical questions: essential first step of evidence-based practice
- Discrepancies exist between general practitioners' clinical work and a guidelines implementation programme
- Randomised controlled trial of the READER method of critical appraisal in general practice
- Evidence-based practice in mental health
- Evidence based practice in mental health
- Questioning behaviour in general practice: a pragmatic study
- Why the BMJ needs your data
- Using the technology of the world wide web to manage clinical information
- Obtaining useful information from expert based sources
- What clinical information do doctors need?