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This guidekey contains resources for research and assessme nts
- How does referencing apply to EBP? Where is there information on referencing EBP resources? Do you need to reference a database search? Referencing and EBP
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Find key sources of Australian and international statistics and data.
EBP quick links
Australian Medicines Handbook
Online version of the annual AMH, includes drug monographs, class statements and therapeutic information.
4 user licence
AMH content is also available via
- select 'Drug Monographs'.
BMJ best practice
Step-by-step approach, combining latest research, evidence, guidelines and expert opinion
Evidence-based, peer-reviewed information
Joanna Briggs Institute
Evidence based resource for nursing, midwifery, dietetics, physiotherapy, podiatry, radiography.
Disease-oriented guidelines for prescribing and giving therapy recommendations based on literature and Australian medical specialty groups.
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