Evidence based practice is the integration of clinical expertise, best available evidence, and patient values. Considered together, these components allow clinicians to make decisions supported by research and provide individualized patient-centered care.
The BMJ's free EBM toolkit enables individuals to learn, practice and discuss EBM, and provides EBM tools.
Users' Guides to the Medical Literature: a Manual for Evidence-Based Clinical Practice, 3rd ed. by Gordon Guyatt
Publication Date: 2014
The leading guide to the principles and clinical applications of evidence-based medicine.
Evidence-Based Medicine by Sharon E. Straus; Paul Glasziou; W. Scott Richardson; R. Brian Haynes
Publication Date: 2018-04-23
Now in its fifth edition, this classic introduction to the practice and teaching of evidence-based medicine is written for busy clinicians at any stage of their career who want to learn how to practice and teach evidence-based medicine (EBM).
Johns Hopkins Evidence-Based Practice for Nurses and Healthcare Professionals has proven to be one of the most foundational books on EBP in nursing and healthcare. Building on the strength of previous versions, the fourth edition is fully revised to include updated content based on more than a decade of the model's use, refinement in real-life settings, and feedback from nurses and other healthcare professionals around the world.