Clinicians depend on evidence-based resources to make informed decisions and provide successful patient care. Learn more about the latest tools, including point-of-care tools, decision aids and clinical information resources.
Shared decision making requires that clinicians break down complex processes into simple steps to help patients understand their options. Read this blog post by Glyn Elwyn, MD, MSc, FRCGP, PhD from Dartmouth College and founder of Option Grid.
One, two, three, too many… How to conduct shared decision making
July 18, 2018
Don Bauman, CEO of Isabel Healthcare, explores the benefits of reducing medical errors in patient care, and the critical area that still needs to be addressed — diagnosis error.
Diagnosis Error: The Last Gap in Patient Safety
May 30, 2018
In a white paper from EBSCO Health, which includes a forward from Mark Graber, MD, Senior Fellow at RTI International and Professor Emeritus at Stony Brook University, we examine the cause of clinical diagnostic errors.
Why Did I Miss the Diagnosis? I Just Didn’t Think of It.
March 29, 2018
More than one million articles are indexed in PubMed every year. How can physicians uncover practice-changing clinical research results and adopt them into practice quickly?
Bridging the Gap: Accelerating the Adoption of Clinical Research into Practice
March 12, 2018
Long hospital stays are shown to contribute to rising healthcare costs and potential patient risks, but evidence-based medicine can help. Find out how.
Shorter Stays: When Evidence-Based Medicine Can Decrease Length of Stay
March 08, 2018
Shared decision making is an approach where healthcare professionals and patients make decisions together using the best available evidence about the likely benefits and harms of each option, and where patients are supported to arrive at informed preferences.
Mastering Shared Decision Making: The When, Why, and How
February 20, 2018
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