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  • Cochrane Collaboration: International not-for-profit organisation preparing, maintaining and promoting the accessibility of systematic reviews of the effects of health care. General information, access to the Cochrane Library, guidelines, manuals and software.
  • Netting The Evidence: Comprehensive overview of Evidence Based Practice on the internet, with useful learning resources, such as an evidence-based virtual library, software and journals; from ScHARR, University of Sheffield.
  • AHRQ: Evidence Reports: The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in the United States presents summaries and assessments for healthcare providers and clinicians. Documents may be viewed or downloaded at no cost.
  • BETs: Best Evidence Topics: A searchable database of evidence-based answers to real-life clinical questions, with details of courses and teaching material. Developed in the Emergency Department of Manchester Royal Infirmary, United Kingdom.
  • Clinical Evidence: Summarises current knowledge about the prevention and treatment of disease, based on appraisal of systematic reviews and randomized clinical trials. Free on-line access for physicians in the United Kingdom or in developing countries.
  • Dr Cave's Black Book: A general practitioner presents his collection of evidence-based information about common diseases and conditions, with links to original research.
  • EBOC: Evidence-Based On-Call: Collection of summaries and critical appraisals regarding common on-call medical conditions, with definitions and a list of the specialties covered.
  • Evidence-Based Medicine: Useful Tools for Decision Making: An article from the Medical Journal of Australia explains the basic processes and concepts, with descriptions of common computer-assisted research tools.
  • General Practice Notebook: Evidence-Based Medicine: The principles and applications are explained, with examples provided for different specialties.
  • Practical Evidence-Based Internet Resources: The American Academy of Family Physicians presents a summary and assessment of five web-based research tools. Available as PDF download.
  • UNC Department of Internal Medicine: Critically Appraised Topics: The University of North Carolina presents an alphabetical list of clinical research topics, each with a review of strengths and weaknesses.

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