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Clinical guidelines

May/June 2017 Issue
A Simple Approach to Shared Decision Making in Cancer Screening [Feature]

When screening decisions aren't clear, this process can help you help your patients.


July/August 2015 Issue
How to Help Your Patients Choose Wisely [Feature]

Steer patients away from inappropriate and overused procedures that can diminish health care.


January/February 2014 Issue
Pre-Op Eval [SPPACES: App Reviews]

The Pre-Op Eval app provides evidence-based guidelines for the preoperative evaluation of patients undergoing noncardiac surgery and perioperative medication management.


March/April 2012 Issue
Clinical Decision Support: Using Technology to Identify Patients' Unmet Needs [Feature]

The presenting problem is often just the tip of the iceberg.


January/February 2010 Issue
Tools and Strategies for Improving Asthma Management [Feature]

A clear goal, staff buy-in and simple tools – such as an asthma flow sheet – can help your practice follow asthma guidelines more consistently.


May 2004 Issue
A Simple Method for Evaluating the Clinical Literature [Feature]

The “PP-ICONS” approach will help you separate the clinical wheat from the chaff in mere minutes.


Feb 2004 Issue
The Evidence-Based Medicine Heresy [Editor's Page]

The tools and resources of evidence-based medicine (EBM) are extremely valuable. Just don't forget that EBM still has cult status in the eyes of many and that people still occasionally enjoy burning a heretic at the stake.


Feb 2004 Issue
Diagnosing Pulmonary Embolism [Improving Patient Care]

The author describes an evidence-based process for diagnosing pulmonary embolism and provides an encounter form.


Feb 2004 Issue
Making Evidence-Based Medicine Doable in Everyday Practice [Feature]

Finding the evidence you need is getting easier than you ever thought possible.


Jan 2004 Issue
Weighing the Risks and Benefits of Clinical Interventions [Improving Patient Care]

The article discusses the importance of engaging patients in cost-benefit discussions before deciding on their care plan. It also introduces several risk calculators (both paper and online versions) that physicians should become familiar with.


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