Staying afloat in a sea of information: Point-of-care resources
Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
Health Information Technology | Library and Information Science
Physicians can use a variety of electronic resources at the point of care to help them make decisions about patient management. The authors address the need for these resources, characterize the elements of good resources, and compare several popular ones, ie, Clinical Evidence, Dynamed, Evidence Essentials, First Consult, Medscape, and UpToDate.
physicians, electronic resources, point of care, Clinical Evidence, Dynamed, Evidence Essentials, First Consult, Medscape, UpToDate
DOI of Published Version
Cleve Clin J Med. 2017 Mar;84(3):225-235. doi: 10.3949/ccjm.84a.15087. Link to article on publisher's site
Cleveland Clinic journal of medicine
Andrews, Rebecca; Mehta, Neil; Maypole, Jack; and Martin, Stephen A., "Staying afloat in a sea of information: Point-of-care resources" (2017). Open Access Articles. 3127.