What you will find here: Document reviewing tips on how to make evidence based journal clubs succeed.
What you will find here: On the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM) website you can find study specific (e.g., systematic reviews, randomized control trials, qualitative research, etc.) critical appraisal worksheets.
What you will find here: Example of a journal club presentation handout provided to the audience.
What you will find here: Example template for journal club presentation handout to audience.
What you will find here: A guide for pharmacist on how to present an article at a journal club. Document synthesized by Dr. Peter Loewen from multiple sources.
What you will find here: Web tutorial that reviews process for completing a literature search.
What you will find here: UBC OEE example drug information requests and responses for inpatient pharmacy practice.
What you will find here: UBC OEE checklist outlining requirements for a completion of comprehensive drug information requests.
What you will find here: This UBC OEE document is a sample form for gathering information and responding to drug information requests.
What you will find here: Website, founded by Dr. Ricky Turgeon, with many useful tools and resources for critically appraising evidence. These tools can be useful for day-to-day provision of pharmaceutical care, but also in preparation for presentations such as journal clubs and/or formal case presentations.