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Clinicals guidelines are documents designed to enable targeted, situation specific point-of-care decisions around diagnosis, management, and treatment in specific areas of healthcare. Guidelines can be generally applicable but are often specific to the practice of a country, state or even a particular hospital or clinic.
Australian clinical guidelines
eTG Complete (Therapeutic Guidelines) This link opens in a new windowElectronic Therapeutic Guidelines (eTG) is a full text and index database with clinical guidelines for health practitioners. Includes current evidence - based treatment and care recommendations.
Register for eTG App:
You need to be on campus or using USC Anywhere
to complete the Token Registration form
. When the form is completed, you will receive an email with a token and app download instructions.
JBI EBP Database (Ovid) This link opens in a new windowFull text and index database of evidence based practice resources in nursing and allied health science specialities. Contains Evidence Based (EB) Recommended Practices, Evidence Summaries, Best Practice Information Sheets, Systematic Reviews, Consumer Information Sheets, Systematic Review Protocols and Technical Reports.
International clinical guidelines
Clinical evidence portals
TRIP (Turning Research into Practice) This link opens in a new windowEvidence-based medicine resource categorised into synopses; clinical questions; systematic reviews; guidelines; patient handouts and eBooks. Most, but not all content or features are available; USC does not have a subscription.
Looking for evidence to support best practice in line with the Australian National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards?