Ebm national guildelines clearing house

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Ebm national guildelines clearing house

  1. 1. Searching for Evidence:  National Guidelines Clearinghouse Susan Fowler, MLIS Medical Librarian Fowler@wustl.edu 314‐362‐8092 pg: 314‐360‐1069
  2. 2. National Guidelines Clearinghouse • http://www.guideline.gov/ • Freely accessible database of evidence‐based clinical  practice guidelines and related documents.  • Initiated by the AHRQ in partnership with the American  Medical Association and America's Health Insurance  Plans. • Now maintained by the Agency for Healthcare Research  and Quality (AHRQ) and the U.S. Department of Health  and Human Services. • If you have developed a good practice guideline  consider submitting it to the NGC
  3. 3. NGC Search Example Question: Do pediatric oncology patients have less infections when  their diet includes fresh fruits and vegetables? Click Detailed  Search
  4. 4. NGC Detailed Search Enter Keywords Sort Results by  Relevance
  5. 5. NGC Detailed Search cont… Limit search to  age of target  population.
  6. 6. Click on title to  see full text. 
  7. 7. NGC Pros – Freely accessible practice guidelines that  have undergone rigorous acceptance  standards by the AMA, AHIP, AHRQ, and the  U.S. Department of Health and Human  Services Cons – Limited content – Limited search capabilities
  8. 8. 20 Minutes If 20 minutes have passed and you still have not found what you are looking for, stop and ask for help. • 660 S. Euclid • St. Louis Children’s Hospital 314‐362‐7085 Lauren Yaeger, 314‐454‐2768 Susan Fowler, 314‐362‐8092 yaegerl@wustl.edu Pg: 314‐360‐1069 fowler@wustl.edu • BJ North, Rothschild  Medical Library Reka Kozak, 314‐454‐7208 kozakr@wustl.edu

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