About Best Practice
Healthcare professionals need fast and easy access to reliable, up-to-date information when making diagnosis and treatment decisions. This is precisely what Best Practice provides.
Best Practice is a completely new concept for in formation delivered at the point of care.
In a single source, we have combined the latest research evidence, guidelines and expert opinion – presented in a step-by-step approach covering prevention, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis. Best Practice provides a second opinion in an instant, without the need for checking multiple resources. Its unique patient-focused approach represents a major new advancement in information delivery at the point of care.
- Action-orientated and structured around the patient consultation
- Gold standard editorial process including peer review and multiple step sign-off
- Unrivaled breadth and depth of coverage helping healthcare professionals make decisions with confidence
- Continuously updated with multiple changes to topics each day to reflect the best available evidence
- Novel standardized navigation structure for each condition including a summary and definition, etiology, epidemiology, through key diagnostic steps and tests into treatment approaches with drugs, guidelines and evidence, finishing with recommendations and outlook for patient follow-up
- Information leaflets for patients to support shared decision making
- Choice of integrated drug databases for quick checking of prescription guidance
- Embedding into your EHR/EMR to deliver actionable support directly into the clinical workflow
- My Best Practice allowing end users to save searches and bookmarks to specific content
- Ability for institutional administrators to upload local notes, guidelines, patient leaflets and links
- Full reference links and color images where available
To find out more about Best Practice please click on the links below:
Two full articles from Best Practice are available for free to allow you to sample the content. Follow the links below to access the full articles:
Please note that these sample articles will contain links to additional content available only to subscribers.
BMJ Best Practice is supported by a contributor team of around 4,000 physician authors and peer reviewers. Contact us to receive the complete list.