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Point of care | Decision support tools

  • BMJ Best Practice
    A point of care decision-support tool. Provides access to reliable, up-to-date information structured around the patient consultation, assisting students and clinicians with diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment decisions.
  • DynaMed: Evidence at the point of care
    DynaMed rapidly appraises and summarises the evidence-based research for over 3200 topics, presenting diagnostic, treatment, prevention and prognostic guides for use at the point of care (PoC).
  • UpToDate  
    A comprehensive evidence-based Clinical Decision Support tool for use at the point of care. New medical research is integrated carefully into the UpToDate content, with specific recommendations as to how it should be applied clinically.

    NOTE: This database is currently available to students on- and off-campus and to staff while on-campus.
  • eTG Complete (Australian Therapeutic Guidelines)
    Australian Therapeutic Guidelines summarises current available evidence for the management of patients with specific conditions. The recommendations are based on the latest international literature, interpreted by Australian experts.
  • MIMS Online
    An authoritative and comprehensive pharmaceutical database.

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