Point-of-Care Healthcare Databases Are an Overall Asset to Clinicians, but Different Databases May Vary in Usefulness Based on Personal Preferences. A Review of: Chan, R. & Stieda, V. (2011). Evaluation of three point-of-care healthcare databases: BMJ Point-of-Care, Clin-eguide and Nursing Reference Centre. Health and Information Libraries Journal, 28(1), 50-58. doi: 10.1111/j.1471-1842.2010.00920.x

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Carol D. Howe;
  • Publisher: University of Alberta
  • Journal: Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (issn: 1715-720X)
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  • Subject: medical librarianship | point-of-care | database evaluation | Bibliography. Library science. Information resources | Z

<b>Objective</b> – To evaluate the usefulness of three point-of-care healthcare databases (BMJ Point-of-Care, Clin-eguide, and Nursing Reference Centre) in clinical practice.<br><b>Design</b> – A descriptive study analyzing questionnaire results.<br><b>Setting</b> – Hos... View more
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