Evidence-based point of care tool BMJ Best Practice received 4/5 stars in a recent product review published in The Charleston Advisor.
Reviewer Jamie Saragossi, Head of Health Sciences Library at Stony Brook University, provided a critical assessment of this popular product, rating it for:
- User Interface/Searchability
- Purchase/Contract Options
BMJ Best Practice is uniquely structured around the clinical consultation. Primarily used by clinicians in the acute care setting, teaching hospitals and medical schools also use it as an educational tool to help prepare students for clinical practice. Interested? Learn more about BMJ Best Practice.For more information: