Filtering the Noise. What is Systematic Literature Surveillance + why is it needed in Clinical Care

Posted February 9, 2017 in Insights & Research

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Evidence-based medicine continues to grow and evolve at a staggering pace. With this progression comes the daunting task for doctors to sift through an insurmountable amount of information. Systematic Literature Surveillance was created to ensure that the best available evidence is identified and incorporated into DynaMed Plus. Read More »

Behind Every Great Idea Are Great People

Posted February 6, 2017 in Insights & Research

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Often, the “BIG” ideas start with a kernel of inspiration and are built upon by scholars and innovators until they evolve into truly inspired change. There are many factors that determine whether a good idea can evolve into a great idea, but the most important is great people. Great ideas come from people who are passionate about what they do, are committed to positive change, are motivated to create a real difference in people’s lives, and have confidence in the concept even when the task at hand seems insurmountable. The people who created DynaMed Plus® are a prime example. Read More »

Three “Right” Ways to Implement Clinical Reference Tools

Posted May 13, 2016 in Insights & Research

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Medical librarians are responsible for providing their clinical teams with access to high quality clinical reference content. This involves not just evaluating and purchasing products, but also implementing and promoting the tools to their patrons. Lauren Wood-Shepard explains how the EBSCO Health Professional Services (EHPS) team works with medical librarians to ensure resources like DynaMed Plus are available to provide clinicians with the best content from the most relevant access points within the clinical workflow. Read More »

Top Ten Searches in DynaMed Plus

Posted April 4, 2016 in Content

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Physicians are inundated with information on a daily basis and cannot be expected to remember every morsel of information for every disease or treatment option. Find out what information they search for most. Read More »

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