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Making use of trustworthy, reliable, high-quality evidence for patient care and decision-making is now an essential requirement for all healthcare practitioners and managers. St George’s, University of London library staff are dedicated to supporting you in finding the evidence to inform evidence-based practice to improve healthcare in everyday clinical practice.
We have created a collection of the very best specialist online information resources which evaluate and summarise the research evidence, provide guidance and recommendations, can be used at point-of care, and can save you time.
St George’s library not only provides access to these resources but also offers training and advice on how to use them effectively.
This guide lists specialist online resources which evaluate, synthesise and summarise available research evidence.
You can use your NHS OpenAthens account to search across a range of medical and healthcare databases using the Healthcare Databases Advanced Search (HDAS) platform
NHS staff have access to thousands of electronic full-text journals covering clinical medicine, nursing, allied health, psychology and healthcare management, through OpenAthens.
St George's library provides access to over 3000 e-books through four online providers.
Here we show you how to find systematic reviews or meta-analyses to evaluate for your own research.
The tools and resources listed on this page will help you understand the key principles of critical appraisal.
These key sites are a great starting point for reliable information on medicines.
This short guide offers statistical data sources from the UK and overseas which you can use to support your evidence-based practice.
On this guide you will find a list of multimedia educational and training resources featuring videos, images, tutorials and lectures, all available with OpenAthens accounts.
Trustworthy and reliable health information resources to inform patients and their carers and the general public.
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