Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Evidence-Based Practice Resources
These have been created to inform and develop coverage decisions, quality measures, educational materials and tools, and guidelines in clinical decision-making.
Information comes from systematic reviews, meta-analyses, randomised trials, and from high quality observational studies through PubMed and the Cochrane Library searches in addition to large epidemiological studies.
Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine
Established in Oxford England whose broad aim is to promote evidence-based health care and provide support and resources to anyone who wants to make use of them.
Published on a quarterly basis it consists of a regularly updated collection of evidence-based medicine databases providing high quality information to people who provide and receive care and those responsible for research, teaching, funding and administration at all levels. Search abstracts of Cochrane Systematic Reviews free-of-charge.
Dr. Chris Cates' EBM Web Site "new"
This site is an attempt to share some of Dr. Cates' experiences that he has gained as a GP in Hertfordshire and a reviewer with the Cochrane Collaboration.
Evidence-Based Medicine Resource Center
The New York Academy of Medicine in partnership with the Evidence-based Medicine Committee of the American College of Physicians, New York Chapter has developed an Evidence-based Medicine Resource Center.
The web site contains references, bibliographies, tutorials, glossaries, and on-line databases to guide those embarking on teaching and practicing evidence-based medicine.
Evidence-Based Practice Resources
Here you will find a well-maintained and frequently updated list from McMaster University health Sciences Library, Ontario, Canada.
This database is designed for hospital clinicians who want to integrate the best available evidence with their own personal skills and expertise to improve the care of their patients. Each topic covered in Evidence-based On Call provides a series of recommendations about issues to consider when caring for your patients.
Netting the Evidence
Intended to facilitate evidence-based healthcare by providing support and access to helpful organizations and useful learning resources on the Internet, such as an evidence-based virtual library, software and journals.