BMJ Best Practice

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BMJ Best Practice is a decision support tool for use at the point of care
This was the guiding principle behind its design, which is why it’s so quick and intuitive to use. Structured around the patient consultation, it present the required information just as it’s needed.
5 reasons why BMJ Best Practice is your best choice for clinical decision support

  1. Over 1,000 topic monographs (and growing) written by independent, global experts. We regularly consult clinicians, clinical editors, contributors, peer reviewers and subscribers to ensure coverage of the most important clinical areas.
  2. The best diagnostic decision support tool. BMJ Best Practice has been shown in independent comparisons to deliver faster answers to diagnostic clinical questions. Its ‘Assessment’ topics and sections dedicated to ‘Diagnostic’ criteria, and ‘Exam & Tests’, support healthcare professionals during differential diagnosis and decisions throughout the diagnostic workup.
  3. Evidence-based practice at its core. Highly renowned, systematic reviews from BMJ Clinical Evidence are incorporated throughout BMJ Best Practice. They are also found in the separate ‘Evidence’ section.
  4. Sophisticated personalization features and mobile support. With ‘My BMJ Best Practice’ and ‘My Institution’, we have created dedicated areas to manage the wide range of personalization features. The responsive website displays optimally, whatever the user’s screen size, and the new BMJ Best Practice app allows offline use via iOS and Android devices.
  5. We continually evaluate and encourage feedback. All reported errors or required corrections are managed by our clinical lead. Urgent issues will receive immediate attention; other suggestions will be considered for our regular updating cycle.