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McGraw-Hill Professional and JAMA Launch New Online Evidence-Based Medicine, Clinical and Educational Resource
Date:1/28/2009

teractive worksheets enable users to hone their critical appraisal skills and master the information cycle, while question wizards assist in formulating well-built clinical queries. Functional calculators and nomograms, organized by therapy, harm, diagnosis, and prognosis, provide evidence tools for use in daily practice. Finally, new podcasts are posted each month, bringing analysis and commentary from leaders in evidence-based medicine directly to users.

"Evidence-based medicine is one of the most important concepts introduced to the medical curriculum and to clinical practice in the last 50 years. As such, we are proud to join with JAMA to provide this authoritative resource to the medical community," said Philip Ruppel, president, McGraw-Hill Professional.

"We are delighted to have JAMAevidence join the family of JAMA and the Archives Journals. JAMAevidence will help physicians and other clinicians, students and teachers, understand and apply evidence-based medicine in their practices and in educational settings, said Catherine D. DeAngelis, MD, MPH, editor in chief, JAMA and Archives Journals.

JAMAevidence was developed under the guidance of the world's leaders in evidence-based medicine, including Gordon Guyatt, MD, Drummond Rennie, MD, Robert Hayward, MD, and David Simel, MD. The wisdom and insights of these and other leaders will continue to guide the growth of the site.

About JAMAevidence

JAMAevidence from JAMA and McGraw-Hill is an innovative online resource with innovative interactive and pedagogical features designed to help students and clinicians learn the best practice of evidence-based medicine. This electronic tool provides full-text access to the content in the second edition of The User's Guides to the Medical Literature and The Rational Clinical Examination. Users will find everything from classic references that demystify basic principles to custom
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